Chick S. and Lucky 

A quick look at Atlanta's fashion sense

The nice thing about the Inman Park Spring Festival's parade is that you just never know who or what you're going to see. But nothing excited us more than Chick Starley, the former Hollywood action star who spearheads Dad's Garage's annual holiday variety show, and his buddy Lucky.

You know that phrase "so five minutes ago"? Well, you'll need to amend it a bit for Chick, who remarked that he's a big fan of anything that Burt Reynolds would have worn 30 years ago. Apparently, both Chick's heyday and his style are stuck in the '70s.

Fortunately, there's never been a better time to be stuck in that decade than now. Though the hunter green jacket and the animal print might be more gay-night-out than out-and-about, we totally had to look twice to figure out that Chick was in costume and not just some overdressed L5P dude on the street.

Speaking of animals, check out that coat. While it was a cold day, we can quite easily say Lucky's outerwear was the only furry animal worn to the parade.

Both gentlemen noted that if an animal can feel comfortable in its own fur, then so could they.



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