Hey NTB. How do I wear my turtleneck properly? Should I pull a blazer over it or what?
A turtleneck, like all other shirts, comes with three holes: two for your arms and one for your head. Luckily, as humans, we have exactly two arms and one head. Gently pull the garment over your head until your neck pokes through. Then carefully pull each of your two arms through their respective holes (the tag should lay against your upper back, not your chest). You can be creative here: right first, left first—that’s up to you!
I hope you don’t injure yourself during this tricky process. Please check in again and let me know how it goes.
"Hit me with a side part," GQ instructs us to tell our barbers. While I think the side part can work, is it just me or is the guy's haircut in the magazine completely fucked up looking? Then I see the DB blazer and turtleneck coverage and I want to just completely destroy this month's issue and pretend it never happened. What's the deal here?
The picture is just awful. The part almost looks accidental, like the bedhead-side-part you wake up with sometimes after a long night of twisting, turning and drilling your head into your pillow like M. Bison. It looks like a bad joke the editors played on some over-aged super intern.
And while I agree with you on the DB, as evidenced by my deep hatred of said article of clothing, I’m going to disagree with you on the turtleneck. Sure, a $30 piece of shit will make you look like your seventh grade social studies teacher. But a $900 slightly darker black turtleneck can be sexy, and you might end up buying ten of them. It’s all relative.