Much has been said about the Kardashian family's style. They each have a signature style: Kim's curve-hugging looks, Khloe's off-the-shoulder blousy tops and skinny jeans, Kourtney's quirky menswear-inspired looks, and Kris' heavy eye makeup, earlobe-torturing doorknocker earrings and sleek blazers. They rarely leave the house without at least an extra six inches -- courtesy of their extensive shoe collections -- and they're never seen looking anything but glamorous.
Despite all that, I am not interested in emulating their style. Rather, I take my style cues from Kourtney's baby daddy, Scott Disick--oh sorry, Lord Scott Disick (he bought the British title on the internet). Pick your jaws up off the floor -- I know, it's an interesting twist. But in terms of style, the father-of-two (baby Penelope Scotland recently joined the storied clan) holds his own in the overly stylized family.
The restauranteur (he owns New York restaurant Ryu) has two signature styles: His casual look is a bright-colored polo shirt with tailored shorts, and his dressy look is a suit reminiscent of Patrick Bateman in "American Psycho." Psychopath or not, no one can deny that the man is sleek. The meticulous tailoring, carefully chosen accessories (a cane?!), and gelled hair is a look I'd go for any day (well, maybe not the gel).
Erratic behavior (and alleged criminal behavior) aside, the father of two has a collection of bespoke suits that have me dreaming of a Helmut Newton photograph. Say what you will, but I'll take dandy over skinny jeans and a leopard print top, thank you very much.
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