Black stripes all around

It’s a rare day that Don and Ron coordinate their outfits—probably a good thing, since when they’ve tried in the past, the result has often been disastrous—but tonight on Coach’s Corner, both men were sporting black jackets with shiny black stripes. If I knew more about fashion, I’m sure I’d know the word for that kind of striping—wider than pinstripes, but narrower than, oh, vertical blinds—but since I know next to nothing about the sartorial sciences, aside from the fact that Don Cherry dresses like a fool, I’ll just post this picture for you to enjoy and not get tied up in nomenclature. (Also, is it just me, or does Don’s pocket handkerchief not look as expertly tailored as usual tonight?)


2 Responses to “Black stripes all around”

  1. 1 superplexa 20 May 2010 at 8:24 pm

    Also, their jackets are different shades of shiny.

  1. 1 In which I actually agree with Don Cherry « Don We Now Our Gay Apparel Trackback on 24 May 2010 at 4:33 pm

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