Dan doesn't have too many costume changes this episode, not that it matters since most of what he wears is a slight variation on the same theme. But here, Dan actually has on a henley instead of a plaid button-down. I can't decide if this is hot, or sloppy?
Oh wait! There's the plaid button-down. I think Rufus donated all his clothes to Dan, or else Dan stole them all before Rufus could move them to Lily's. The fedora and gun kinda work on him, I think Dan would make a pretty fabulous gangster...
Nate! My love! You are looking fine, here. Obivously he's been spending too much time with Dan, but this shirt looks great. The color is a little bolder for Nate, as he tends to stay with the neutral-blue family, and those jeans look like they are the perfect amount of tightness. I can't forget to mention his hair...messy but not too much, just plain HOTness.
Someone on this show is actually wearing a hoodie! Nate is dressing exactly how a college boy should or does...only why don't I ever see college boys that look like this?
Chuck once again is single-handedly reviving the pocket square. Even though Chuck's clothes always are tailored perfectly and he does make a suit look good, I'm not really into this combo of shirt, tie, and pocket square.
Close-up of his shirt and tie. While Chuck never really does matchy-matchy, this really doesn't look good together. Is this really a polka dot dress shirt? Other than that, the tie is definitely pleasing to the eye.
I don't think Chuck can go an episode without wearing some sort of purple, and I thank the wardrobe gods for that! He looks so cute in purple! Chuck also can pull a vest off like no one else. I was so close to having no issues, but then the worst thing that could have happened, did! HE IS NOT WEARING A BELT! What is going on?? Does putting a belt on take too much extra time? Luckily, the no-belt look is not as blatantly obivous as when Carter doesn't wear one...so I guess that's a small plus.