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December 8th, 2009 No Comments


“The last time man cleavage was so prevalent in the U.S. was in the 1970s — ‘the golden age of male chest hair,’ says Mr. Bryan. Epitomized by John Travolta in 1977’s ‘Saturday Night Fever,’ the convention back then was to skip enough shirt buttons to show off a thick forest of hair, perhaps topped with a gold medallion as a sign of virility…The latest resurrection of man cleavage does raise a not-so insignificant issue: to wax or not? For a number of years, any male chest hair was considered a fashion don’t, but very recently a thin thatch has become quite acceptable. The low-cut look ‘is better if you have a little chest hair,’ says Tyler Thoreson, a New York-based men’s style consultant. ‘It’s not about showing off chest hair, it’s about it peeking out a little bit.’”

I thought it never went away.

I live and die by the two button unbuttoned rule.

(Blogged by peterconnsbetterthanyou via andrewwoj)

I don’t think the two button rule ever died, but with the resurrection of the deep V (by American Apparel), chest hair has come back into style.  I’m a fan!

But men, get girl approval first.  If you’re hiding a sweater under your shirt, we really don’t want to know about it.  Unless, you win our hearts, and then we’ll lovingly refer it it as “manly” in bed.

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