Guess Which YouTuber Made GQ's Worst Dressed Men In Britain List
"The YouTuber's attempts to dress boy-next-door-wacky would test the patience of a saint"
Alfie Deyes might be right up there as one of the biggest vloggers on YouTube, but he's won himself a slightly less complimentary accolade this week after GQ named him the 4th Worst Dressed Man In Britain.
While close friend Jim Chapman was right up there on GQ's Best Dressed Men list, poor old Alfie has somehow found himself on the Worst Dressed list. Sadface.
Alfie's the only YouTuber to have made the list and joins Great British Bake Off's Paul Hollywood, comedian Josh Widdicombe, TOWIE's Jake Hall and Labour MP Ian Murray in the Top 5.
The full run-down looks a bit like this:
10. Chris Evans - Radio 2 Presenter
9. Owen Jones - Author and social commentator
8. Robbie Savage - Football pundit
7. Stevi Ritchie - Former X Factor contestant
6. John Inverdale - Sports presenter
5. Ian Murray - Labour MP
4. Alfie Deyes - YouTuber
3. Jake Hall - TOWIE
2. Josh Widdicombe - Comedian
1. Paul Hollywood - TV presenter and chef
We've always thought Alfie had a cool, hipster thing going on but apparently GQ seem to have missed this particular memo.
"The YouTuber's attempts to dress boy-next-door-wacky would test the patience of a saint," they write. "The title of his channel says it all - pointless."
Naturally Alfie's fans aren't too impressed by this development either and seem to think the people at the mag might be in need of an eye test.
What do you reckon - think Alfie deserved to make the list? Drop us a tweet to @MTVStyleIntl to let us know.
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