The Try Guys walk the runway for the first time after they dramatically transform their wardrobe with the help of a professional men’s stylist.
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What I think Zach should wear:
His red plaid hat
Darker red / maybe navy shoes
What I think Eugen should wear:
White long sleeve
Black zipped Hoodie
What I think Ned should wear:
Any plad shirt
A black hat
What I think Keith should wear:
Normal shirt with a cat photo in the middle (long sleeve)
Keith and Ned you guys look awesome! Zach you look good too. Eugene I think you look great in the clothes you originally wear. With that all being said, you guys do you. Whatever you feel comfortable wearing, wear it.
Coming back to this video 2.5 years later, days after the Try Guys hosted the Streamys while Eugene was in full drag, and I just realized that this was it. This was the moment and video that showed us Eugene starting to reach his final form <3
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