Rosemary Mac Cabe

Hemlines, heels and haute couture – your daily dose

Now this is worth throwing a phone over

I try not to do celebrity posts, (a) because I don’t think there’s anything that interesting about someone’s fashion choices when they haven’t made them themselves and (b) because so many other people do it better, namely the fug girls, …

Thu, May 27, 2010, 10:30

   

I try not to do celebrity posts, (a) because I don’t think there’s anything that interesting about someone’s fashion choices when they haven’t made them themselves and (b) because so many other people do it better, namely the fug girls, who I would like to be my very best friends although that may not happen for the same reason that Daniel Craig, whether or not he’s gay, will never be my boyfriend*.

But sometimes – just sometimes – a celebrity will take a trip so far back in time and sartorial taste that a wee post is necessary, just to draw the attention of the public to the travesty that is decision-making in the wrong hands. So, without further ado:

Well, doesn’t he look like the cat who got the cream? Quite. (Image via Gofugyourself)

*Geography, duh!

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