'The Situation' Has No Business Designing Clothes

situation clothing lineI didn't think this guy could get any more annoying. Seriously. Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino has come out with a clothing line. Yep! The greased up, too tan jerk-off thinks you like his sense of style and is selling things like tees, tanks, and tracksuits with the "Situation Nation" logo. I mean, pheew, right? What a relief.

Because I have been just dying to get my hands on anything Situationy ever since season one. I just look at the guy and think, Wow, if only I too could dress like a hungover freshman in college on his way to the dining hall to grab some pancakes at 2 p.m.



I mean, come on, why does everyone who's remotely famous and their mother have a clothing line? It is so played. I get that the Sitch wants to capitalize on his celebrity status here, but selling distressed tees and baseball hats isn't a good fit. The dude's not stylish. He's so not stylish, in fact, that Abercrombie & Fitch paid him to stop wearing their brand. Once a clothing company pays you to NOT wear their duds on TV, you lose the privilege to start your own line.

He's not the first cast member of the Jersey Shore to try and hawk fashion, but he may be the least qualified. The only things people might buy from The Situation would be like an abs workout DVD or vitamins (which he actually has endorsed for GNC) or something. His ab muscles have a good rep, his sartorial choices do not.

But unfortunately, I don't think he's going to go away. Besides his Situation Nation line, he's also collaborated on a line of formal wear. Oh yeah, The Sitch is designing tuxedos and shit. (Ow. I think my eye just popped out of its socket after that extreme roll.) He's supposedly trying to bring younger people back to wearing three-piece suits. I can't.

He needs to stop with the mixed-message clothing lines and just stick to GTL and getting paid to "host" parties at B-list nightclubs. Enough is enough.

What do you think of The Situation's clothing line?


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