San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 10, 2012
Cheap-Neckties.com, a leading online retailer specializing in men's fashion accessories, just published their top 5 list of the Worst Dressed Athletes of All Time. Making the list of poorly dressed sports celebrities is basketball star Steve Nash, race car legend Kyle Petty, the football star Michael Irvin, as well as two others.
“It’s simply that time again,” says Cheap-Neckties.com founder Hendrik Pohl. “We constantly write about some of the best-dressed men in pop culture and sports, but sometimes we like to switch it up and highlight individuals who have perhaps faltered a bit over the years with their sense of style. This is nothing more than poking fun at these athletes, as we aren’t out to hurt anyone’s ego. A lot of these men are at the top of their game in each of their respective sports, which makes it even more fun to analyze things that may have gone wrong in regards to their style and fashion choices.”
Each piece in the article highlights a specific athlete, ranging from NBA players to NASCAR racers. Kyle Petty is focused upon for his rat tail and logo-driven clothing, for example, while Tim Duncan gets a bit of flack for wearing a loose sweatshirt and flip flops to a multimillion dollar contract signing. At the end of each piece, Cheap-Neckties.com's style critic team guides readers in the right direction towards avoiding the mistakes these individuals have made.
“We want our readers to understand that even the most incredible athletes sometimes fall flat when it comes to the way they dress,” says Pohl. “These are some of the richest men in sports, yet it seems as if all the money in the world isn’t enough for some of them to put together an ensemble that is respectable and attractive. Our readers tend to be extremely fashion-forward, and we try to get the point across that you don’t have to be rich or famous in order to dress in an attractive manner. It is a good reminder that money can't buy you style.”
Cheap-Neckties.com often publishes article series’ that focus on “best-dressed” and “worst-dressed” celebrities, ranging from athletes to politicians and everything in between.
“The celebrity pieces are exceptionally popular,” says Pohl. “People have always been, and will always be fascinated by celebrities and the way they dress. Given the fact that these people need to do whatever they can to look their best in the public eye, we find it very interesting to analyze the choices they make in regards to fashion and style, and so do our readers.”
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