I've seen variations of the above quite a few times lately, especially at the office. Men wearing dress shirts with the top buttons unbuttoned, revealing way too much of the chest. Maybe this is how cool, sexy men dress in South Florida. But it's lame.
Now, you may be thinking, "Steve, where do you get off making fun of someone else's fashion, with your Seinfeld jeans and your 1995 XL Red Sox t-shirts?"
To that, I say, "Screw yourself." The fact remains, this look sucks. And it just annoys me, like these guys are proud of their baby-bum smooth pectorals. And don't tell me it's because they're feeling warm because it was 50 degrees in my office building when I spotted two offenders.
I've been scavenging my brain for a term to describe this trend. Man-cleavage just doesn't sound right to me. Frankly, it sounds disturbing. Cleavage on women is good, clean fun. Cleavage on men is a slap in the face to nature and good taste. Any suggestions for terms? Help me out!
For the meantime, I shall use the term "douchebag."