MEN OF THE MATCH

Style&Error loves an out of date photo-report yeah, so here we go again with Soccer Aid. Did you see Sergio Pizzorno's deft chip of Seaman? Was very good indeed (click). He was so pleased with it, the thrill caused him to start rushing. Serge looked pretty cool in Adidas head band with Seventies hair style, drop shoulder running stance and rolled shirt sleeves.

'Axe-Man'* Serge presented with options on a new Sky Sports TV package and a bottle of Waitrose Cava by Kirsty Gallacher who was in no way affiliated with 'The Rest of The World Squad' despite apparent styling similarities.

Strike a pose, there's nothing to it- O'gue

Dressing wise presenter Dermot O'Leary looked Alpha-brilliant, I thought, in Thom Sweeney, Emmett, JM Weston and Drakes. Funny that. Above he's preparing to start a brief Voguing routine executed with fellow presenter Dave Berry.

In comparison the two men took difference suit stances for the occasion, both looking good, but with different time-based interpretations of the brief. Personally think the black mohair-looking evening finish on suit is wrong for day-time sports event, and the the ultra narrow tie thing accentuates evening accent. Rounded penny collar an interesting touch which am allowing. That said, Berry look good in October House, a tailoring brand he co-owns. Think for gravitas and anchoring the show like O'Leary did though the three piece Brit/Italian cut of Thom Sweeney won the day.  Did you see the ROTW suits and pink tie combination? Christ I know it's a charity event but the poor sods looked like ushers at a civil ceremony in Cornwall circa 1984 (if indeed there was such a thing then). I could mention Robbie Savage's look, but it's not so interesting without a picture. Actually I can't help it. He was doing all sorts within the parameters of black suit/white shirt. You've heard of Sprezzatura (sartorial nonchalance) well this was more like Sprazza-tourretts, with tie practically on wrong way round and with thin blade dangling over his crotch. Quite a lot of metal hardwear/jewellery kicking off in small area too. Maybe it's a ballroom thing.

Meanwhile gonna go  and see October House (click) soon and plan to report in. Then again, end up saying that all the time and flopping. I went shopping in Manchester for some accessories the following day. Bothered?

Stubbs out.

*Cliver Tyldesley's words, not mine.