Dappered Classics: The Overdressed-Ometer

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Measuring potential levels of Overdressed-ness

Some claim you can never be too overdressed.  Many of us disagree.  Yes it’s always better to be overdressed than underdressed, but when you’re  drastically overdressed you risk drawing attention to yourself and/or making others feel uncomfortable.  You want to feel your best, but not be inappropriate at the same time.  When in Rome right?  Severity of overdressed-ness starts with “you’re fine” on the left, and ends with “you’re that guy” on the right.  Disagreements, adjustments, and additions are welcome in the comments.

 


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