Turns out JWOWW isn't the only Jersey Shore cast member with an eye on the sewing machine. Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino has teamed up with clothing label Dilligaf by Bohica Bill to design a line T-shirts, sweatshirts, and accessories, which the company describes as "high quality wearable art." Hmmmm. We're not really sure what that term means. But, if we can tell anything from what his fashion statements already tell us, we can only imagine his clothes are going to have these elements:
• The shirts will hug the bicep/pectoral areas.
• They will only worn when absolutely required. For example: Going to work, appearing on TV, or getting past the bouncer at a club. (But once you’re inside, anything goes.)
• Even when said T-shirts are worn, they will be raised frequently to allow for maximum ab exposure. (Perhaps they should include a thumb-hole on the bottom hem for easy lifting? No? Never mind.)
Alas, our hypotheses must go unanswered until next month, when the items are supposed to come out online. So, just how did the Sitch get hooked up with Dilligaf? The label's president, Jodi Massry, says that he's a kindred spirit for the company's "irreverent approach to life." In other words, he scored the gig because they like how he doesn’t take anything too seriously. Except T-shirts. And tanning. And the gym.