Wednesday, March 19, 2008

New Day #83

I've been watching a lot of Fred Astaire movies lately and have noticed how he wears his belt buckle on his hip. I tried it today and liked it so much I've decided it's my new fashion signature.

Unless, of course, I'm unknowingly doing some gang thing, in which case please let me know.

10 comments:

TheNiceBrian said...

I will try this and see if I get any attention at work.

maria said...

I often wear my belts that way, because my zippers are usually on the side. You need belts with no curves, otherwise they do not fit.
It is quite uncomfortable with the front fly; you have to take the belt off every time you go to the bathroom.

Kelli N. said...

Looks good on you Marc!

gay CME guy said...

I like your coat. Who is the maker? (as in your coat, not the Lord God Yaweh).

David said...

Dirty Crip! We Bloods is gonna cap yo ass!

I rarely wear belts because I have a very short torso and the belt just accentuates that flaw. I lose out on a whole spectrum of fashion accessorizing because of this.

Step Right Up said...

Instead of using a belt I tie ribbon or fabric through my loops and tie it in that exact same spot.

Marc Acito said...

The coat is made by some designer called Irregular.

Kidding. It's Giancarlo Ruffini.

Marc Acito said...

The coat is made by some designer called Irregular.

Kidding. It's Giancarlo Ruffini.

Anonymous said...

OOOoo, Michael Nesmith used to do the same thing on The Monkees!

Anonymous said...

I personally like the look a lot. Of course, showing off the belt is easier for sure for a slim dude like you. The shirt tucked in looks nice and not unhip. Maybe if shirt-tucking became the hottest new thing, Americans would lose some of that weight! Keep up the tuck, Marc.