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Fashion Watch

Ask the Greek God of Style and laugh along with Gigi’s answers.

Ask the Greek God of Style (Vol. 6): For the Outdoors

Andy Ingram

Q: Dear Greek God of Style, I hear you are an avid fly fisherman. How do you pull off such a rugged activity so fashionably? And what tips can you offer to protect your skin from the harsh elements?

A: What a timely question. Angling is a delicate balance of presenting the bait to the fish as well as yourself to the environment. Just because you are alone doesn't mean you get to be a slob.

Choose wisely, starting at the feet with a well broken-in pair of lace-up boots with a minimum of ten eyelets. Bathe your legs in a nice bit of Japanese selvage denim worthy of your endeavor. Your choice of shirt should allow sufficient movement without a "cut for beer gut" look. Try for vintage Levi's if you dare. That's a favorite. And finally a vest always completes the look.

Now you are ready. And remember that you never know when you are going to be on camera.

As for your other question, I have no answer. My skin adequately moisturizes itself just enough to maintain a rugged look. Good luck keeping up!

Ask the Greek God of Style (Vol.5): What to Wear on Holiday

Andy Ingram

Q: Dear Greek God of Style, I'm booked to go on holiday next week but I just do not know what to wear. How do I prepare for a warm, tropical, coastal destination?

A: Dear Hopeless in Havana, though I never have this issue I will try to help. Leave your undergarments at home. Such restrictions should be avoided while on holiday. White mid-thigh shorts or skirts (see my previous post for rules on wearing white) and a flowing button-up are musts. Flip-flops are unacceptable because no one needs to hear the racket of you tripping by. Enjoy your holiday. If you don't qualify to wear white, please stay home.

Ask the Greek God of Style (Vol. 4): When to Wear White

Andy Ingram

Q: Dear Greek God of Style, There is a lot of misinformation on this fashion rule. So when is it truely appropriate to wear white? Do you go by the lunar calendar or the Orthodox calendar?

A: Mr. Misinformation, here is the rule: If your skin is whiter than your clothes then you mustn't wear white . . . ever. Spring, summer, fall, winter? The season doesn't matter if you look good. For example, imagine you have fine olive or mocha colored skin. It would be a crime not to wear white quite often.

It is never appropriate however to wear white tube socks. It is not the 1970's and you are not 10-years-old. Never!

Ask the Greek God of Style (Vol. 3): To Stripe or Not to Stripe

Andy Ingram

Q: Dear Greek God of Style, What is the social etiquette for wearing stripes?

A: Dear ASS&IOD, Stripes- so simple yet so complicated. Side stripes should not be worn in such a way to enhance one's girth. If a tight shirt creeps above one's beltline, that is an absolute fail . . . unless you are sailing in the Mediterranean. Vertical stripes are also a "no-no" unless one strives to mimick Davey Jones from The Monkees. Never a good look. If you are bent on wearing stripes, do so under a flannel to re-live 1994. Or better yet, dont!

Ask the Greek God of Style (Vol. 2): Foot Wear

Andy Ingram

Q: What are your theories on open-toe footwear?

A: Before I go on, you need to address me as The Greek God of Style. Now to your question. What are dames trying to prove with open-toed shoes? How many toes they can cram through some tiny hole? Ventilation? No thank you! Keep the stink in! Now, with that said there are some "reasonable" open-toed shoes for ladies, but they should never be a first choice. Heels everyday is a great idea!

Ask the Greek God of Style (Vol. 1): Hair Dye

Andy Ingram

Q: Dear Greek God of Style, at what point is it acceptable for a man to start dyeing his hair to cover up the grey? - Anonymous still-single and insecure old dude

A: It is preposterous for a man to dye his hair under any circumstance other than theatrical. A man should embrace his manly wisdom, no matter how hideous, and hope a woman will take pity on him by calling it "dignified". Suck it up Nancy, at least you're not bald...yet.