So I’m sure you’ve all heard the reports about President Obama wearing bullet proof clothing during the inaugural ceremonies on Tuesday. Yeah, it’s true.
See that strapping overcoat up there? Bulletproof.
Shirt? Bulletproof. Tie? Bulletproof.
That Q-Ray Bracelet thing on his right wrist? Bulletproof, and it’s all thanks to one Miguel Caballero, a Colombian designer that specializes in such attire.
Naturally, upon learning about this garb, I immediately thought “okay, where can I get some?“ I mean, every girl’s crazy about a sharp dressed, bulletproof man, right?
Just look at how freakin’ turned on Michelle is in that picture. What guy couldn’t use more of that in their life?
Sadly, after I reexamined the prospect of donning bulletproof threads, I realized that my all too zealous imagination may have gotten the best of me.
How am I going to pull off bulletproof clothing? How could I justify it? Sure, I probably could afford it, but I’m just not that important. After all, Presidents, Kings, Prime Ministers — I’m sure these are the ilk of folk that keep Miguel Caballero in business.
Well, I decided to research this, just to be sure, and I was right — except for one glaring loophole. A loophole that may just allow the common, independently wealthy, everyday man, such as myself, rock some bulletproof fashion, too…