The judgement of Ryan Braun's outfits continues, but in a shocking twist we actually sort of like this one.
Vince: Now this is the sort of Ryan Braun fashion I can get behind. He is seriously wearing the hell out of that suit and the two button is very swanky. Why you would wear Affliction gear when you can very easily look like this all the time I could never know. My only beef with this outfit would be that it was seemingly stolen from the set of USA Original Series Burn Notice. Like, really look at this. Is this purely coincidental? Or is Ryan a closeted Burn Notice fanatic who apes his outfits from the show?
Stephanie: I'm not one of the thousands of girls who want to bang Ryan Braun but in this suit I can see giving him access to Vagtown. Believe me it pains me to say this because I don't like him as a person, only as a baseball player. When looking at this outfit I cannot help but to think about what is in his pocket. Is that a really straight pocket square or a piece of paper? Oh wait, it is probably a list of chick's he has fornicated with, boom nailed it! Just like I would (probably) nail him, hayo!
P.S. No one watches USA unless there is a Law & Order SVU marathon on, no one can resist the sex, violence and Ice-T.
Tyler: I don't know, dudes. I think this outfit is actually pretty snappy, especially compared to the garments Braunie traditionally trots out. Personally, I admire the confidence he has to wear a light-colored suit. I know I could never pull that off. I'd almost assuredly smear pulled pork on it before I even got the pants on. Plus, he (or the person tasked with dressing him) even made sure to go with a brown belt to tie it all together.
Admittedly, I didn't understand the sunglasses at first. But then I noticed the ocean in the distance and it all made sense. If we mere mortals had to choose between gazing into the deep, alluring and endlessly vast expanses of Ryan's soul windows or the deep, alluring and endlessly vast expanses of some stupid ocean, we'd be too distracted and confused to bother purchasing whatever product the magazine was trying to sell us in the first place (probably car insurance?).