Sport Coats and Jeans: Not Okay

Hamilton Nolan · 11/20/13 11:21AM

Men wearing sport coats and jeans: no. You want to be formal? Fine, wear a sport coat. You want to be casual? Fine, wear jeans. Pick one, and stand by your choice—Like A Real Man.

Mormon College Objects to Skinny Jeans

Maureen O'Connor · 12/06/11 06:00PM

Updated. The first time I read this, I thought it was parody: Independent Brigham Young University publication The Student Review reports that BYU-Idaho has banned skinny jeans as part of its honor code guidelines against "form-fitting clothing." Skinny jeans: trousers of the devil? Don't tell Mitt Romney.

Today in Stupid Boycotts: The People vs. Schweddy Balls

Richard Lawson · 09/22/11 02:07PM

People are always getting upset about things and boycotting products and usually it's very dumb. There are two cases in point today: First, a conservative group wants Ben & Jerry's limited-edition "Schweddy Balls" ice cream boycotted, and then Glenn Beck is against revolutionary jeans.

The Case of the Fashionistas and the Used Tampons

Brian Moylan · 12/08/10 05:39PM

Multi-billion dollar fashion conglomerate Jones Apparel Group has a serious sicko on staff. Apparently someone keeps leaving used tampons in the office hallway and it's become such a problem that a top exec is sending out company-wide emails about it.

Skinny Jeans are a Vagina's Worst Enemy

Tom Dobrowolski · 06/14/10 01:22PM

On today's show, The Doctors took time aside to discuss one of the most dangerous phenomenons facing the medical industry, skinny jeans. Ladies, they might make you look good, but at what cost?

Levi's Grows Ever More Gay

Hamilton Nolan · 05/27/09 09:03AM

If you don't follow the denim industry closely you could be forgiven for thinking that world has gone crazy. Levi's, the Americanest jeans you can possibly buy without a flag sewn on them somewhere, is publicly endorsing gay marriage. The gays have literally wrapped themselves around George W. Bush's butt!

The Economy is Bad Idea Jeans

Hamilton Nolan · 04/02/09 11:51AM

What a time to start selling $595 jeans. The free publicity potential is incredible. Across America, hacks are whipping out pocket calculators and saying, "Do you know what you could buy for $595??"