I love GQ magazine. There are some really good writers and they generally have well-written and researched features. They also have a style column, written by punk rock icon (he made the film “Downtown 81″) Glenn O’Brien. O’Brien provides fairly no nonsense sartorial advice on things like how to wear a bowtie and whether or not fat guys should wear suspenders (they should!). In this month’s issue — featuring Sexiest Man Alive Channing Tatum on the cover — a reader writes:
Sometimes when I see certain style or look in your magazine, I try to imitate it. However, even when I have all the elements of the look, I feel less put together than the guys on the pages. What am I missing?