He's bringing Sipowiczback.
It's a long-sleeved shirt with the sleeves pushed up above his elbows. No foul, in my book.
It's also not a dress shirt. It's a casual tie-and-shirt (long-sleeved) combo. Plus, some of the hipster kids these days are wearing short-sleeved dress shirts with ties ironically. It's only wrong if you actually are trying to dress up, like in an office where people are supposed to dress professionally. If you are just trying to make some kind of fashion statement, it's a less annoying statement than high-waisted shorts. Matt, I hope you are not wearing high-waisted shorts. Plus, Pudi is an actor, and his dress code is different from lawyers and insurance salesmen. Even if he were to wear a short-sleeved shirt with a tie, it would be in-brand (because his brand is mildly ironic geek).
The odds of me wearing high-waisted shorts are exceedingly slim.
<span>It's only wrong if you actually are trying to dress up, like in an office where people are supposed to dress professionally.</span>Wait -- are you saying that engineers aren't professional?