Skip to comments.Male Cleavage Is a Thing Now
Posted on 07/31/2017 2:08:58 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Move over Hadid sisters, youre no longer the only ones with upfront assets to flash.
As evidenced by recent splashy, sexy looks sported by Harry Styles, a number of preening professional athletes and models at recent fashion shows, male cleavage is busting out on the studliest stars. Shirts unbuttoned to the sternum and undone jackets allow well-built men to show off nicely sculpted chest muscles.
And women in the rag trade are not complaining. I am absolutely into it, gushes stylist Calyann Barnett, who dresses elite athletes such as Usain Bolt, Rajon Rondo and Victor Oladipo. When you decide to keep the buttons low or wear a sweater that goes to your belly button, you show a level of confidence and that is very sexy.
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“Male Cleavage Is a Thing Now”
More proof that homosexuals dominate the fashion industry.
Nothing like that heavy medallion resting on that big, thick chest carpet. :)
We’ve returned to the 70’s!
I’m feeling some microagression headed my way.
still surprised gays haven’t made boob implants for the back.
Wasn’t this a male fashion trend back in the 70s, polyester shirts open down to the navel wearing 15 gold chains around the neck?
Another reason why the 70s sucked.
As if we needed proof..........................
John Belushi used to do the plumber thing.
That’s probably the last thing someone in Sodom said before God got really disgusted.
Wait a sec...size matters now?
That was my first thought after I looked at the pictures. It is 1977 all over again. We used to call those polyester shirts “sperm shirts. For real 1977 authenticity the shirt should have winged collars (B-52 collars) and worn unbutton halfway to the navel with lots of medallions. The shirt must retain the smell of cigarettes. Another accessory that must be worn is a pair of angel flight pants with a Hebrew National salami stuffed into the crotch. White leisure suits will be coming back soon.
Male “cleavage” is so gay.
Oh, I don't know. I had a pretty good time in the 70's. Met a beautiful redhead and married her. But then even though I had fairly long hair my fashion sense ran to t-shirts in warm weather and flannel shirts in the cold. That was typical oil patch attire at the time. You won't see those fashion horses out there in the mud, grease and steel filings.
First thing I thought of, too-it may have been tacky, but it is still way more appealing to this female than the wussified metrosexuals with the bald waxed chests-I want a real man who acts like one and whose fur is intact-neckchain is optional...
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