There are certain looks that yield style suicide: daddy denim, the kind that extend above the belly button and flow like a bloated river from rib cage to boat shoes, oversized suits, of the Better Call Saul variety, and hideously hued golf shirts. What drives such (un) fashion choices? Men, including my plaid-loving husband, tell me, that comfort is the prime motivator. That and perhaps treating the process of “getting dressed” as merely transitioning from nude to not nude. Whether you realize it or not, women are judging you. Without even gazing at you directly. Our minds are equipped with a twitter feed like feature that allows us to work, shop for groceries, apply lip gloss and plan a vacation to Sicily while taking in every nuance of your appearance. Wearing the same ill-fitting button down shirt three days in a row? We notice, from the water cooler. Scuffed-up, skanky loafers ruining an otherwise nice looking suit? We do not approve, no matter where we stand. Keep reading for the worst offenders and a few quick fixes.