I like nothing more than to spark a bit of discussion. Anon 3:05, I don’t think your remark is shallow or uninformed in the least. We really are speaking about a similar idea; how people respond to us based upon how we’re dressed. Women and men looking for certain “clues” if you will.
From my own experience I can relate that a very close male friend of mine, who is very well dressed, is usually approaced by men. But when he takes the initiative and approaches a woman he’d like to meet–he almost always gets the response he’s looking for.
I’m really just trying to encourage all men and women to find their own style and live it.
I don’t know if I agree about the “metrosexual” label. Outside of the cravat, this is an outfit that any well-dressed guy could easily have in their wardrobe and wear regularly. With a few quick tweaks, this outfit could go from weekend to office nicely as well.
I love how everyone here is drooling over what is essentially the basic wardrobe of most stylish european men… He does look great I must admit
I’ve attempted variations of his look but somehow I always feel self conscious, because I probably spent too much time thinking about it. He looks effortless, and he probably spent very little time getting dressed