This isn't news to anyone who's followed menswear in media over the last few years, but just as Photoshopped advertisments provide women with impossible images of beauty, so does the ridiculously pinned-up styling offered by the likes of GQ Magazine present men with strait jacket-esque suit coats and trousers with ankle openings that you couldn't possibly fit a foot through. Not as unhealthy as impossible body image, of course, but perhaps even more absurd—a woman might want flawless skin or a tiny waist. No man should aspire to own painted-on trousers that look like windowpane meggings.

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