Stupid ideas to get you snapped

The push towards the death of street style (or perhaps its a lampooning of people who dress solely in the hope of appearing in a street style snap) continues to find champion in GQ. Recently there was an essay mocking a large part of what gets photographed, now there’s a guide to help gentleman get photographed in the forthcoming. Laden with ridicule the guide promises to teach you “five style innovations” to help a gent navigate “the fiercely competitive, man-eat-man world of street style.”

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From the neck tie as bow tie to the ‘through the back door’ (not as rude as it promises to be, alas), it’s probably only the ‘sock-it square’ that has any sartorial merit. Accidentally, of course.

You can see the full guide here.

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