• Thu, Jun 5 2008

David Beckham Looks Like A Waiter In Training | A Fashion Miss

Gordon Ramsay Celebrates The Opening Of His New LA Restaurant
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I can’t believe I’m about to say this about our always so stylish Man Candy David Beckham but this is a fashion miss for me. A first in the She Knows Best history when it comes to The Becks :( . OK, the vest, dress shirt, and pants are cool. BUT, he wore a black belt. So the dark brown oxfords was the wrong choice of shoes. If it was black oxfords then it would be a definite Hit. Fashion Rule 101, besides not wearing white socks with sandals if you’re wearing shorts, is that, Brown Belt with Brown shoes, black belt for black shoes. It’s very imperative that we all remember this. So that’s 1 fashion don’t from David Beckham. More after the fold…

Gordon Ramsay Celebrates The Opening Of His New LA Restaurant
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And then the bow-tie. Is that light and stripes/dotted bow-tie? Where did his blazer go? It would’ve been nice if he wore a black bow-tie and a blazer. Make it a 3-piece suit outfit. What was David Beckham trying to do? Was he applying to be a waiter at Gordon Ramsay‘s newly opened LA Restaurant? Coz that’s where Becks wore this atrocious outfit. Ironically enough, heh. If David was playing homage to the occassion then pardon my hopefully one-time shredding of his outfit :(.

I think I’m going to go wash my eyes and forget this vision of David Beckham. Agree or Disagree?

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  • Laura

    Ugh…. Being a loyal Becks fan for many years now, I have to agree this outfit is by far the worst.

    Let’s never speak of it again.

  • http://www.sheknowsbest.com Dexie

    Laura, agreed :)

  • http://authentictalk.com Authentic Talk

    I personaly think he is less handsome than before. :d

  • Mikel

    I completely agree. This is a trainwreck of an outfit. It’s almost as if it was a “let’s break all the design rules” look. I usually say that most people need to put some thought into their looks, but if you’re a famous actor or rock star or something, then you can wear whatever you want and people will thik it’s cool. I was wrong. This is a case-in-point. Plus, bow ties have never seemed useful to me in terms of enhancing an outfit. I’ve almost always seen it as a liability.