Thursday, September 1, 2011

The Sartorially Changing Men of "True Blood"

The fourth season of True Blood has been bloodier, racier, trashier, more over-the-top, and more ridiculous than ever – and I couldn't be any happier.
Nonetheless, as I watch the fang-banging, the bloodsucking, and the general mayhem, I can't help but wonder, "Has the image of the characters changed along with the mythological Southern-fried looney storylines?"
The women easily have their trademark "style." Sookie stuffs herself into boob-hugging baby tees and camel toe-inducing Daisy Dukes; Pam displays her bitchiness via Dynasty dominatrix leather & lace and the "moon goddess" witch Marnie obviously has ambitions to be the next Chico's spokesmodel.
But what about the beloved men of Bon Temps? Upon close examination, they have probably evolved even more than the women. From Lafayette's braids and zany first season looks to Eric's finely cut suits, here's a breakdown of how three bohunks and one queen have kept their image fresh amidst the craziness of vampires, werewolves, Maenads, werepanthers, fairies, and witches

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