Smith, 46, whose company is called Bespoke Carolina, has had more than 120 NFL clients for his suits, which range from $800 to $1,800.
A man of that size must require at least 3.5-4 yards of cloth. Â Here's guessing that construction is less than amazing even if the cutting and stiching is contracted to somewhere in Asia.
Pink tie, pink cufflinks, pink pocket square. Says Smith, "I add all the accessories so it's completely a turnkey. He won't have to think about what he needs to complete the look. He just needs to add shoes and go."
Ditto, just tacky.
That's part of the charm, imo. Â Totally over the top. Â Restraint is not in his vocabulary.
That's my problem with Seymour's attire. Â The football player isn't putting together the outfit--the "stylist" is providing his own interpretation of what looks good.
Brown Mezlan Alligator/Ostrich loafers ($650).
Ok, now I feel a bit sheepish. Â Try adding a point to the OCD list. Â You know you're "shoes obsessed" when a fair number of CALFSKIN models in your own wardrobe retail for more than the footwear worn by an NFL player. Â Hmm, and technically I'm masquerading as a poor grad student.