GQ Worst Dressed Cities

July 16, 2011 by staff 

GQ Worst Dressed CitiesGQ Worst Dressed Cities, As a general rule, we admire the work that comes from the people of GQ. But then they go and do things like publish a list of what they believe are the 40 worst-dressed cities in the United States, and we have no choice but to step back and say to ourselves: “Dudes. Dura.”

The purported mission of GQ is to help men to live a better life – and we realize that sometimes you have to overcome something in order to create a backup again. But calling people who live in Brooklyn, “some of the more indefensible terrorist style known to modern man” is not fun to knock down, only terribly offensive. Brooklyn and got off easy compared to some of the other people that are on the list. For example:

13. Las Vegas: Nothing too flashy in the desert city of 250,000, the clothes seem designed to disguise that it is a commercial sex worker and is a commercial sex worker is “working.”

35. Raleigh: It’s a great city to swoop in for the massacre at happy hour. Girls in these bars I’ve never seen anything to measure, so it’s easy to turn your head.

1. Boston: “But Boston is the epicenter of style of preparation,” you say? That’s true, but because both locally in the breeding, Boston suffers from a kind of style of Down syndrome, where it ends a little more for ruining everything khaki pants, ‘Pleated. Boat shoes, ‘with socks. Knit ties, ‘Actually, no one in Boston seems to have ever seen one.

17. Atlanta: The pleats in the pants of Atlantis are deeper than the boy’s voice and his Chocolate Rain jackets seem hand-me-downs, because I hand-downs.

We have to think they were trying to be funny, but some of these ads are just downright mean you can do double duty as intercontinental ballistic missiles. At some point, someone must have forgotten that mean quarterly GQ gentlemen.

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