Welcome to the site dedicated to The WDM.

Robert Downey Jr., Will Smith. Doctor Who. The Joker... What do all of these people have in common???
Welcome to the site dedicated to The WDM.

During conversations, I'm often stopped and asked, "What is a 'WDM'??" -----> WDM = Well-Dressed Male

A term I thought up years ago, after realizing how many men don't know or care how to dress well. The scene so sparse in fact that when a nicely dressed boy was actually spotted, the sighting sparked a tiny celebration amongst us girls.

That's what this blog is about, appreciating boys in nice outfits. It's pretty simple.

My WDMs range from Modern (suits, street/casual wear) to Period costuming to Fantasy and Cosplay costuming. My only requirement is that you be male, and that I like your style, whatever it is. We applaud you all for caring about what you look like. Or appearing to care about what you look like. :D

Also expect to see hair-related posts.. I'm a fan of boys with fun/nice/interesting hair.

I use my term 'WDM' to promote a good thing, going forth through the internet with images taken from red carpet events, videos, magazines, films, shows, candids, whatever! to use those pics for good, and not evil.

Awesome for your eyeballs. You're welcome.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Much Ado About Nothing - Uniforms

Much Ado About Nothing? Much Ado About SOMETHING. <-- See what I did there? Nice.

I may have mentioned once or twice, or many times, that I do love uniforms. Really, in many cases, it's instant WDM.

It's hard to screw up a uniform. Guys, they've already made it awesome, you just have to put it on and make it yours. You may recognize a few of these boys from Much Ado...

There's something very appealing about this picture...

Let's all just continue to stare at it until we figure out what it is....

Ah! Got it. Bad -ass period costuming! Nice.

Thanks, Denzel! (And what's-his face-from House)

1 comment:

  1. Also...the leather pants there. ;)

    No, it's true, period outfits were in part designed to be sexy for the guy wearing it. Blame the Victorians. :)

    I do love the 'open jacket' look of the ones from this movie, which you find in British regimental, and Civil War uniforms...something about it is damned dashing.