XL’s Featured Tribe Men Of The Week Roy Broderick Jr
My biggest fashion obstacles are finding quality made items that will leave timeless impressions. Often times, I have to go international for my key pieces vs. finding something in a major city like Atlanta.
I’m from Atlanta, GA and I would describe my style as fluid; some days I rock a creative T-shirt and jeans with Jordan’s, other days I’m in a sequins short set or poncho and hat look. I dress for my mood and my agenda for the day.
3. Tell us about your biggest fashion nightmare and if it came true do explain
My biggest fashion nightmare was being at a party dancing and having a great time and my pants splitting. Luckily, it happened only I knew and guess what? The party promptly ended for me, thank God for my seamstress who was able to fix my silk pants.
4.What are somethings you wanna see more of from your favorite brands?
I’d love to see less athletic cuts in brands that I often shop. So many of them are emphasizing slim fit or athletic build, which leaves what for us XL plus guys?
5.Where do you see yourself in five years and how do you see yourself accomplishing it?
In five years I see my marketing firm, Intuition Consulting, having offices across the country and our team tripling. Currently we have offices and operations in Atlanta and Los Angeles, so if we continue to work Gods plan we will certainly get there.
7.If you could swap styles with one celebrity who would it be and why?
If I could swap styles with André Leon Talley, former editor in chief of Vogue Magazine it would be amazing. The designers and brands that dress him certainly know is style and his body type; I’m sure that closet is amazing.
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