Summer Fashion Don'ts 

8 fashion don'ts for this summer

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Eight fashion don’ts for this summer:

8. A man-thong in white or pastel; opt for darker, slimming colors.

7. A mismatched tube top/booty shorts/platforms combo; create a uniform look (preferably in animal print).

6. A basketball jersey that hits above the knee—swag low, playa!

5. A bra. For those more droopy than perky, see basketball jersey above.

4. An unpolished bedazzled T-shirt—ladies should be blinded from across the club.

3. The cargo shorts/wifebeater combo (lesbians at Home Depot excluded).

2. Socks with sandals but no mustache. Without the ‘stache, the To Catch a Predator look is incomplete.

1. Anything you see on the cover of this week’s issue.

Twitter: @Bill_Frost

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