No. Just No: Actor Jeff Goldblum is inspiring men to wear skimpy short shorts

Jeff Goldblum/photo from Prada Instatram

From NY Post: Sky’s out, thighs out! Prepare to see a lot of dudes in Daisy Dukes this spring.

Legendary fashion houses Prada, Fendi and Missoni, as well as It labels Off-White and Jacquemus, all debuted men’s short shorts for Spring 2019. When describing her shorts-centric collection, Miuccia Prada went so far to describe the ultra-leggy pieces as “miniskirts for men.”

And actor-turned-fashionisto Jeff Goldblum is among the first high-style guys to rock them off the runway.

He was recently featured wearing two different pricey Prada pairs — an $838 white jersey set and $792 daring denim duds (pictured above) — in Dazed magazine’s “The Meaning Of Cult” issue. It’s worth noting that the inseams of those shorts are a teensy 1.6 inches and 2.4 inches, respectively, according to measurements on Matches Fashion.

Evidently, the thigh-skimming trousers have caught the eyes of the folks at fast fashion retailers ASOS and Urban Outfitters. Both companies are selling teensie — and affordable — versions of their own.

Alas, anti-shorts sticklers may be repulsed by this micro trend and cite one of Tom Ford’s iconic fashion commandments: “A man should never wear shorts in the city,” the dapper designer said in 2011. “Shorts should only be worn on the tennis court or on the beach.”

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Dr. Eowyn
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Jeff Goldblum is 66 years old, presumably heterosexual, & he wears gay-bait short-shorts? What is wrong with him?

William
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William

Consider me uninspired. My personal daring denim duds consist of cut-off jeans that have blown out in the knees. I don’t waste. They can be had for considerably less than 792 dollars. I used to kinds sorta like Goldblum. But now he’s a “fashionisto”. Even though he looks like a partner in the law firm of Rabinowitz and Rabinowitz. It must be 2019

TrailDust
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I liked his quirky character in the Jurassic Park series and his nerdy action hero character in Independence Day movies. But those are fictional characters, not the real Jeff Goldblum. It saddens me to see that the real Jeff Goldblum is actually like man in this photo. Jeff, wake up!

Alma
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Alma

So why does a “presumably” [not sure, eh?] heterosexual male so suggestively striking a not so manly pose, is advertising short-shorts? Or is he advertising something else? Looks are NOT deceiving, he is jus as queer as wants everybody to know.

Tannhauser
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Tannhauser

Well, I guess we know what Justine Turdhole will be wearing when he prances in the sodomite parade.

YouKnowWho
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YouKnowWho

Eye Bleach. Rinse. Repeat.

Jackie Puppet
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I’m gonna be a bit of a contrarian here… Growing up in the late 70s/early 80s, short shorts were the norm, but they weren’t skin-tight and showing off every “nuance” either. I still get compliments occasionally on my legs from ladies to this day, from playing basketball until my late 30s. I’ve been known to wear shorts from March through November , living in Illinois, to the point where I get my balls busted if I didn’t. I wear cargo shorts with a shorter than “normal” inseam – I just hate shorts that touch/cover the knees – to me, those… Read more »

Steven Broiles
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Let’s see where we’re at, shall we? We resisted, for many years, gay men and women being out in the workplace and society. Then they were accepted. Next, transgenderism reared its ugly head. First it was “Caitlyn” Jenner (whom I read still has not had the, ahem, “surgery.”) Next, they made the Boy Scouts co-ed and they’re providing condoms. Now it’s the boy drag queens, gyrating for dollars. And, of course, LGBT extended its initials to whatever they call themselves now, and now we are told there are “57 genders.” Looney Tunes and Merry Melodies cartoons never went this far!… Read more »