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The 40 Worst-Dressed Cities in America

GQ.com recently did an article everyone has been thinking about for ages, The 40 Worst-Dressed Cities in America. Well, maybe not so much along the literal sense of the title, but you catch our drift. Every region/city of America adds its own flare to style. Read More…

GQ.com recently did an article everyone has been thinking about for ages, The 40 Worst-Dressed Cities in America. Well, maybe not so much along the literal sense of the title, but you catch our drift. Every region/city of America adds its own flare to style. GQ put their own touch on the subject:

Look around you. Better yet, look in the mirror. Are you the victim? After a deeply scientific, irrefutable poll, we gathered, analyzed, and ranked the most sartorially-challenged metropolises in the greater United States. It may be time to plan that move you’ve been thinking about

The sartorially challenged are as follows:

1. Boston
2. Los Angeles
3. Pittsburgh
4. Chicago
5. Manhattan
6. Philadelphia
7. Maui
8. Salt Lake City
9. Miami
10. St. Louis
11. Brooklyn
12. New Orleans
13. Las Vegas
14. Martha’s Vineyard
15. Provo, UT
16. Santa Fe
17. Atlanta
18. Austin
19. Jersey Shore
20. San Francisco
21. Houston
22. Wasilla, AK
23. Dallas
24. Saint Paul, MN
25. Buffalo
26. Orlando
27. San Diego
28. Burlington, VT
29. Newport Beach
30. Cleveland
31. Detroit
32. Omaha
33. Asbury Park, NJ
34. Seattle
35. Raleigh
36. Portland
37. Kansas City, MO
38. Bristol, CT
39. Nashville
40. Boulder, CO

View the full article by clicking here.

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choate
choate
10 years ago

the main reason Boston is seen as a poorly dressed city is because of the overweight, frumpy, minimum wage crackheads who live and breath Boston sports (most likely because their McDonalds only diet has made them unable to participate themselves)

Chris Fox
10 years ago

How is LA number 2… and Cleveland and Detroit 30 and 31, respectively. I’ve lived in all the and this is definitely wrong!

pat
pat
10 years ago
Reply to  Chris Fox

East LA easily fits here

pat
pat
10 years ago
Reply to  Chris Fox

East LA easily fits here

Chris Fox
10 years ago

How is LA number 2… and Cleveland and Detroit 30 and 31, respectively. I’ve lived in all the and this is definitely wrong!

Jklh132
Jklh132
10 years ago

Manhattans not a city it a borough

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