The boys from Entourage

The boys from Entourage

Like most of you, I am a true-blue, die hard Entourage fan. I can’t wait until the next episode airs every week to see what they are up to and what craziness ensues.

From going to Vegas at the drop of a hat and blowing 6 figures on the blackjack table, to taking mushrooms in the middle of the desert, to jet skiing with ultra hot ladies in Mexico, everyone is living vicariously through the 4 boys from the Bronx.

The show is 100% on-point with the car selection and the leading lady selection.  From the very first season to the present season, I would make exactly the same picks.

But the wardrobe selection?  That’s a different case.

Entourage.  Why do I hate the wardrobe so much when they have such a big budget?

Entourage. Why do I hate the wardrobe so much when they have such a big budget?

I know some hardcore fans are going to hate me for saying this, but I feel there is something a little bit “off” about how each character is dressed.  Maybe it’s done on purpose, but there I’ve always had that nagging feeling that they could do better.

I’m sure, the labels and brands are all top notch, but in a nutshell, here’s how it breaks down:

  • Vince always looks a little too disheveled.  For some reason, he looks messier than he needs to be.
  • Ari’s suits make him look bulkier than he needs to be.  Jeremy Piven is a pretty stocky guy, so why would you put him in a 3-piece suit with a super thick tie?
  • Drama is always wearing a too-tight tank top. Couldn’t the stylist put him in something else?
  • E always looks like he is a kid in grown up clothes.  There’s gotta be a better way to dress him up.

The only character I think fits the bill perfectly is Turtle.  Maybe that’s why he bagged Tony Soprano’s daughter?

Don’t hate – I LOVE the show and will watch it all the time.  I just had to get that off my chest.  Next time you watch the show, think about what I said and see if you agree.


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