Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Jon Hein is God, Oct 1, 2013.
Custom wardrobe? Most of Howard's Varvatos gear looks like it doesn't fit him at all and needs some serious tailoring. For a guy who gets that much free stuff, Howard seems to wear the same 'outfits' many times.
520 one-offs a year: What does that mean?
Seriously, what men are buying designer clothing?
For custom made clothes they sure were poor fitting.
one piece, patterned, cut sewn and finished for one person.
I thought granny was 6'5.
$500 bucks or more each piece , you think?
It's not a Big and Tall store, it's for normal sized humans.
6'5 and why does he need so many clothes when he wears the same stupid shit all the time?
Paid for in plugs.
depends, a shirt could be $200, a jacket upwards of $2000. I doubt Howard pays more than cost if anything
Beetlejuice is 6'7, 280lbs. I've seen pix of Beet next to Howard and Howard seems taller.
If each piece averages 500 bucks, he buys about $260,000 worth of cloths a year. He could save about 259,000 and buy cheap Walmart crap. He'd look the same, like a big ugly girl.
Yes, but he wouldn't feel like a special little girl (which I presume is what he's going for).
He has more wardrobe pieces than he does shows in a year.
Hey...is Himus telling people he's 6'8" again? I'm 6'7 and he's no taller than 6'5.
If Howard pays for it in any other way other than his endless plugs for Varvatos, I guarantee you he writes off his wardrobe as a business expense because he has to get these clothes as "costumes" for the show and for public appearances.
The Math is wacky!
130 One-offs 4 times a year.
That is 520 Pieces (130x4)
Is a dozen pair of socks 24 one-offs?