Jersey Shore‘s Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino Pimps The Flow Tuxedo Line
Jersey Shore‘s The Situation is known for flashing his abs and dodging grenades. But now the reality star is pushing “T-Shirt Time” aside and giving new meaning to “DTF (Down To F—)” with his new line of tuxedos.
FLOW Formal Wear, described as “the premier men’s formal wear business manufacturer, distributor and advertiser of rental tuxedos,” has teamed up with Mike Sorrentino—you know, the guy Abercrombie & Fitch offered six figures to STOP wearing their clothes—to promote its new line of upscale attire and “bring young people back to wearing formal wear,” says FLOW Formal’s CEO Brian Weintraub.
“They approached me because I’m a trendsetter,” Sitch told InTouch Weekly about the six figure deal with Flow. “DTF has a new meaning: Down to Formal! I’m really excited to show a classier, more sophisticated side of myself.”
The Situation models his new line in a number of incarnations—wearing just the suit jacket with a V-neck tee and jeans for a club-banging look and also rocking the formal wear traditionally in a straight sleek black tuxedo perfect for walking down the aisle. Notice the bride sitting on the bed in the background? Creepy models lurking in the background are not included.
Check out The Situation’s tuxedo line below. Would you ever wear a tuxedo inspired by Seaside Heights?