So, I have been taking note of news anchor Rick Folbaum (apparantly formerly on FoxNews) on New York's Fox 5 6pm newscast. Specifically, his complete ignorance on how to button a suit coat, particularily when one is being broadcast to millions of households in America's largest television market (which includes America's fashion center). As you will see from the attched picture files, he almost exclusively wears three-button suits and has the nasty and annoying habit of constantly buttoning the bottom button. Now this looks downright dorky when he is standing, but then he actually SITS with the coat buttoned all the way to the bottom and you can see how this makes the front of his coat buckle and bubble. These pictures could be used in a textbook to demonstrate why NOT to button the bottom button EVER. How is it that a man can work in an industry where apprearance is so vital and never learn this? I cannot believe that the station does not have a style consultant that might catch this, or at least you would think this jackasses' tailor would watch his client on TV to see how his work was holding up and tell him to stop doing such horrible things to his suits! What do you guys think? Once I get some good comments, I am going to forward the link to this topic to his station manager. Maybe we could do this to some other poorly-dressed men in the media...these guys are the only men in suits some people get to see on a regualr basis; they should be better role models dammit!