Exactly. Patrick is the world's best-dressed man. He certainly kicks Charles' ass.The very thought of applying that label is ridiculous because they're only assessing celebrities. What are the honest chances that there isn't someone who never makes it into gossip magazines or on television that is better dressed?
I agree. It is unfortunate that the presidents feel that they must give up any sense of personal style just to try to please all.The bigger issue...Obama being 4th. Modern US Presidents are the most unimaginative dressers in the world. Boring ass solid blue suits, solid white shirts and solid red or solid blue ties. Snooze-fest. None of it fits right, Obama's ties are too long, etc, etc, etc. And this has nothing to do with politics. Bush was equally as bad.
Exactly my impression of him at the Olympic closing ceremonies.London Mayor Boris Johnson -- renowned for his slightly chaotic appearance -- was also criticised for having "jacket pockets like second-hand bookshops, and hair the result of an encounter with a ghost in a wind tunnel".
What is it with you American ignoramuses continuously insulting HRH the Prince of Wales, claiming that he does nothing.Prince Charles is the world's best dressed man. . . who doesn't have anything better to do and is in the public eye all the time. Given his tailors, shoemaker, valet and budget, many in this forum might top him. His style is high English, and far more dandyish than his fellow royals. For example, King Juan Carlos of Spain dresses well, but his style is understated, while Charles always looks like he is in costume. What Charles lacks is insouciance. He is too perfectly turned out, albeit quite properly. Followers of trad prefer a less fussy approach, as does the old tweedy gentry of England, from whom we inherited Ivy League ways. And, yes, I vote for Patrick.