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So many bad fashion choices revolve around shorts. For men, the dubious cargos of the 90’s and early 00’s, as well as jorts in general, still linger in the dregs of society. For women, the grandma look is in vogue with high-waisted monstrosities masquerading as style. J.Crew and other brands are now up to it again, attempting to pawn off short-suits to young males nationwide. I love AC/DC, Hell I even was lead guitarist Angus Young one year for Halloween, but this is an awful idea.
First of all, you’re not going to be wearing a short-suit to the places one traditionally wears a suit, namely weddings, funerals, and of course, work. You’d be forcibly removed from all of them. Second, you’re going to look like a complete ass clown wearing one anywhere else and most likely forcibly removed from your friend group because of it.
It’s almost like J.Crew, the one-time classic prep brand that went to the dark side with hipster clothes long ago, knows this. They only sell short-suits online, because of course if you ever looked at yourself in the mirror after trying one on you’d never actually buy one.
[via Business Insider]