Resistance was pretty much futile.
Yeah, I know the origin of tzikeh's original Gay Pants icons (and you should too; it's hilarious and oh so true) -- but there's just something about the shirts, for me. I may have noticed the Gay Pants, growing up (and much more now), but it was the cut of the jackets, the open throats, the creases and wrinkles. Where the sleeves hit bare arms. Guys who take three minutes and five exchanges of lines to mess with their cufflinks. The stupid little overdecorated uniform jackets when the Blake's Seven crew weren't even *in* the military, that clued me in to the fact that the entire gang were gayer than gay tree frogs.
Especially untucked dress shirts with the sleeves rolled up. As above. And within:
. Debauched office clothes are so much hotter than clothes designed to be hot.