Top 5 hotties in skirts
- Published:15th Jul 2016
Have you ever wished that your man would understand you more? Realise the relief you feel when you get in from a hard days work and immediately tear off the bra that has constricted you all day whilst claiming to be the most comfortable thing that you’ve ever worn? Don’t you wish he would just spend a day in your shoes?
Well, you may want to give him a bit of a break.
Today we pay homage to the men that have dressed as the fairer half of the gender pool, we don’t think we can remove these images from our brains and neither will you.
Drum roll please…
Our Number 1 is none other than David Bowie!
David Bowie has always been known as being flamboyant and creative, a leader within music and fashion from the tender age of 17. He has the tendency to veer to the feminine side of life much more than the other guys on our list. So we feel that he needs a special mention! Hats off to you David, for the androgynous, creative and flamboyant choices that you make.
He not only dresses in drag but Bowie is known for the amazing stage makeup he sports, wowing fans that view his performances. He pushes the boundary within fashion, music and gender stereotypes, never holding back.
In some cases, I feel that David looks better in a dress than I do, so with that he has our top spot!
Anyway, on to number 2.
Tom HardyTom Hardy! I know right? You can’t get more masculine than him! And yet, we think he looks quite pretty with his plump lips and rosy cheeks (he will blame it on the makeup I’m sure). This was Tom playing Straw, in The Reckoning.
Number 3 gave me a little bit of a shock.
THE George Clooney… I’ll let that sink in for a second…
Okay, our very own Mr Clooney wore a gold sequin two-piece for his part in The Harvest 1992 film where he played a transvestite. We applaud the bold choice of attire George, go big or go home.
As you can probably tell I still cant quite believe that GEORGE CLOONEY dressed in a gold sequin number. I have scoured the internet endlessly for a clip because seeing is believing and all that but I cant seem to locate it. If anyone does then Please, PLEASE leave the link in the comment box because that is something that I need to see.
The Rolling Nurses
For number 4 we have to go back in time a little. I’m sure you will all remember the entity that is The Rolling Stones and their vintage style fashion.
Here they are in all their girl Power glory for the cover of their 1966 single ‘Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing in the Shadow'.
After the shoot these five brave men went to a bar in New York and left their costumes on. Needless to say, they like to stand out.
We thought not…
This is our very own heartthrob Ryan Gosling in ‘All Good Things’ back in 2010 who made it to number 5 in our list. Now, we thought that Ryan could look good in ANYTHING, literally, but to our surprise, when dressed up as a serial killer in drag he looks creepy to say the least. We respect you for trying Ryan, but in the future, please don’t.
Featuring Channing Tatum
As we have been discussing how our gorgeous men look in our clothes. We at Alice’s Pig decided to have a bit of fun.
To pay homage to the release of Magic Mike XXL earlier this July (yes, yes we are welcome) we thought it would be a great idea to see how the beautiful Channing Tatum would look in our equally as beautiful Ciara’s Cuffs dress. Yes, that could be your statement piece, Channing. Really!
No need to thank us…
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