Q&A: Mr. Wierzal, English

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Q&A: Mr. Wierzal, English

Mr Darrel Wierzal, English, tells about his fashion sense. Wierzal discussed how he dressed in the past compared to today.

Mr Darrel Wierzal, English, tells about his fashion sense. Wierzal discussed how he dressed in the past compared to today.

Mr Darrel Wierzal, English, tells about his fashion sense. Wierzal discussed how he dressed in the past compared to today.

Mr Darrel Wierzal, English, tells about his fashion sense. Wierzal discussed how he dressed in the past compared to today.

Yousef Nammari

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  Q: What is your go-to outfit?

   A: “My go-to outfit is very simple. It’s blue jeans and a t-shirt.” 

   Q: How do you describe your fashion?

   A: “My fashion is basic. Just like a suburban dad.”

   Q: Do you dress like other guys your age?

   A: “Yes, I do dress like other guys my age. It seems like everyone my age wears almost the exact same thing.”

   Q: Where are your favorite places to shop?

   A: “I would say Kohl’s is my favorite place to shop. I also like to go to JCPenney and Costco. Sometimes I’ll find nice pieces at Target and Costco.  Another place I like to shop is Blain’s Farm and Fleet.”

   Q: Are there any specific brands you like to wear?

   A: “I like Lee jeans, but that’s about it. I’ll go with whatever, as long as it looks okay on me.”

   Q: How would you describe your fashion sense as a child?

   A: “As a child, I was dressed by my mom. She’d dress me in what she thought looked good.”

   Q: How would you describe your fashion sense as a teen?

   A: “When I finally started to care about what I looked like as a teenager, I’d shop the way I wanted. It was nice because I was the youngest child and my mother would give me her credit card. I’d go to the mall to all the trendy stores at the mall. I did that through high school and my first two years of college. Somewhere along my Junior year of college was when I started not to care about how I looked. I wore blue jeans and a t-shirt.”

   Q: Do you envy other grown men who dress nice?

   A: “It looks like a lot of work. I think I’m good the way I am.”

   Q: Do you think your fashion has changed after marriage?

   A: “I definitely care less and less. My wife doesn’t care about how I dress, so I’m good with whatever.”

   Q: Do your children help you dress?

   A: “They try to. They’ll like to point out when I’m doing something embarrassing.”