comedystylings:

Marga Gomez
Cowboy hat: gay country-western store in the Castro
Button down shirt: Uniqlo
Scarf: Buffalo Exchange
Scarf holder: gift from neighbor
Leggings: Trash and Vaudeville, gift from ex-gf
Boots: Frye, via Nordstrom
More Marga here.
Photo taken at the San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival

comedystylings:

Marga Gomez

Cowboy hat: gay country-western store in the Castro

Button down shirt: Uniqlo

Scarf: Buffalo Exchange

Scarf holder: gift from neighbor

Leggings: Trash and Vaudeville, gift from ex-gf

Boots: Frye, via Nordstrom

More Marga here.

Photo taken at the San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival

comedystylings:

Greg Proops on the way his style evolved (see entire Laugh Spin interview here):

Last question, I’ve always just wondered, what is it with you and Paul F. Tompkins wearing those snazzy suits?
I just always dressed up on stage. I’ve told this story before, but I don’t know why Paul does it. I assume he does it because he enjoys it, but I used to, in San Francisco in the old days, wear a leather jacket and a skull t-shirt and jewelry and stuff like that.

Then I got to my 30s and I went to England. All of sudden I realized the wardrobe available to me and I saw a guy at an airport who was dressed just like me at the time and he was about 10 years older than me. He was wearing skull shorts, tennis shoes, and a leather jacket, and a necklace, and this guy looked like Def Leppard’s roadie and I was like, “I can’t do that.” You know what I mean? When I get to be that old, I can’t do it and when I’m older I definitely can’t do that.

So, I started then wearing a suit about 20 years ago and I’ve stuck with it. Mostly because you can get older. You can be a grown up in it. At a certain point, for me, I never feel comfortable with just a t-shirt on stage.

I like the suit. It was ‘thrown under the bus’ some years ago as far as comedy wardrobe trends and I don’t think it should have been completely gotten rid of. Certainly, people should dress the way want, but I do appreciate people like you, Paul [F. Tompkins], and newer comics like, Ryan Stout, all wearing suits.

comedystylings:

Miles K.
Jacket: Gap, from brother
Sweatshirt: Alternative Earth, Jeremy’s
Jeans: Levi’s, Slash Jeans Berkeley
Shoes: Hush Puppies, Zappos.com
Bracelet: handmade from a music festival
more Miles K. here
photo taken last night at the San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival

comedystylings:

Miles K.

Jacket: Gap, from brother

Sweatshirt: Alternative Earth, Jeremy’s

Jeans: Levi’s, Slash Jeans Berkeley

Shoes: Hush Puppies, Zappos.com

Bracelet: handmade from a music festival

more Miles K. here

photo taken last night at the San Francisco Comedy and Burrito Festival