Is your dad still wearing the same clothes he wore back in the 80’s? Are his pants regularly pulled up so high above his belly button his manhood looks like a moose knuckle? Does he wear knee high socks with his sandals or even worse…is he trying to be trendy and wearing the same clothing you are? Yes i can see you nodding or shaking your head in shame. If that sounds familiar then you are not alone my friend. The majority of us have at one point or another been embarrassed by our old man and his dodgy dress sense, but it’s time to turn that around. No longer will your pops leave you red faced because you and I, along with a R2500 gift card from the fine folks at Woolworths, are going to help make your dad cool again this Father’s Day.
No more outfits that will leave you cringing or humiliated hey. With the help of Woolies we’re gonna make your dad’s style more dapper and dashing instead of dodgy and embarrassing.
So here’s the plan to get your dad looking the part. I’m gonna give away a R2500 Woolworths gift card to one lucky reader who does the following in the run up to Father’s Day on June 16.
– share your worst Sadly Dressed Dad story in the comments. The more descriptive the better. I wanna know exactly what he was wearing and how embarrassing the situation was.
– then go choose an item of clothing from the woolworths.co.za’s menwear section HERE that would improve your dad’s woeful wardrobe and include the name of the item in your comment story.
It’s that easy…just tell me a story and bam you could win your dad a new wardrobe worth R2500 from Woolies.
And i’m guessing your pops will be so thankful you made him cool again that he won’t be spending it all on himself and you can get yourself something nice with what’s left over. We all win.
Now let’s hear it…share your dad’s worst fashion disaster moment or most embarrassing item of clothing he insists on wearing in public. Feel free to send me a pic via email (email@example.com) if you have one that goes with your story.
Will pick a winner a few days before Father’s Day on the 16th June.
Now get to it.
UPDATE: was tough but the winner has been decided and goes to Sean for his story about the ‘untimely flight of the plucked dove’