We all make our fashion mistakes. GQ MAGAZINE released a series a photos that chronicle fashion no-nos that they said yes-yes to throughout their long history of dressing the male form. Blame it on the 60s and 70s and early 80s–back when everybody was gay, but not everybody wanted to be, which is probably why things are so damn shitty for gays today. Below are my 10 faves.
GQ 80s photo by Barry McKinley - I know bitches who aspire for this look today. Don't they look mean in a Mean Girls sort of way?
GQ 1969 photo by Zachary Freyman -- SNAP! SNAP!!! Gurrrl. I would totally work the metal belt on a pair of beat up jeans and call it ironical.
GQ 1969 photo by Leonard Nones (insert pic by Julian Wassner) --- I actually own this shirt. Only I cut out the sleeves. Kewt Style. No comment on the insert photo.
GQ 2003 photo by Albert Rizzo -- This is very Mando from Project Runway, only missing suspenders and a dumb bow tie.
GQ 1959 photo by Norman Lerner -- This jumpsuit pajama combo would look great with a pair of sparkly-chunky-fuck-me-stiletto-slingbacks at the gay disco.
GQ 1971 photo by Caroline Fennessy --- I've seen this movie. It was distributed by Falcon Video. The chubby guy with the double chin ends up in a DP position towards the end. Hot
GQ 1974 photo by Rocco Mancino --- It's Mando again...in The Hooker from Hell Challenge, courtesy of Michael Kors.
GQ 1999 photo by Albert Watson --- UGH! There's nothing more gross than a queen in a fur coat--and I'm not referring to the female being pushed overboard in the background.
GQ 1958 photo by Scrimali -- More Mando
GQ 1968 photo by Lenard Nones -- Last but, not least is the selling of this gold coat in the background...which pretty much started the Tea Bagger's Movement before tea bagging became popular.
There are 87 of these gems in the GQ REGRETS portion of GQ.com. Check out the link below for more.