He is so healthy looking and perfectly unperfectly groomed. He looks clean and fresh and neat but not prissy. And his mixes of various blues only enhance his coloring. He is dressed like a grown man – how refreshing and inspiring.
Very nice to see a gent doing multiple stripes. The fact that he opted for the brown and blue scheme was not, I think, accidental as it works rather well for his coloring. The scale of the stripes against each other doesn't quite work for me, but the pocket square is beautiful harmonizing touch. All in all, a very nice confident look for a man. As for the lady, I found the detail in the shirt front very appealing and the cuffs sticking out of the cardigan remind me a bit of some of the things at the shows underway in Milan. Well done.
The man has a great look – striped suit, striped shirt, and the pattern on his breast pocket handkerchief. Interesting how her necklace is underneath the sheer blouse, and the sleeve of her blouse sticking out of the jacket sleeve is a lovely effect.
Love her sheer blouse and what a cool hair style. When an article of clothing contains two or more different types of fabric I cannot help but swoon. She is pretty, looks like she could be Audrey Tautou's sis.
Who cares what he's wearing he would look good no matter what or where! But giving credit where credit is due Scott you are amazing with your photography anyone or thing just pops! I think she is beautiful with such a natural quality, the epitome of beauty!
I partially agree Mardock. The mix of pocket square (particularly displayed in such a manner) with the the pinstripe with the striped shirt is too much. But… If you'd made the pocket square less … flourished (a solid colour, neatly folded, there is enough vie boheme in the rest of the outfit). Then I would like the outfit. However, I will agree that a solid shirt with the flourished square would have also been ideal.
Great pattern on the suit fabric. However, the rule is wide lapel- wide tie, to preserve the proportionality. My personal preference would be for a bolder tie and a solid shirt with the suit instead of the striped shirt (which would work better with a solid suit) and the narrow, solid tie.
The woman's outfit is unremarkable, even with the half-sheer, half-opaque blouse.
Pictures like those are the reason why I adore your work Sart. You have an innate talent to catch people's expression and personality. Inspiration doesn't always come from a great outfit combination. Sometimes I get more inspired by someone's genuine beauty. Thank you!
Incredibly handsome guy but his striped suit and shirt combo, particularly combined with the over fussy pocket hankerchief, is way too busy. This guy would look great in anything but since he's a professional he should have achieved a better balance of elements imho.
I disagree with those who think his striped shirt is too much with the striped suit and patterned, flouncy pocket square. I don't think that look is for everyone, but I think he looks elegant, confident, and has a very modern take on classic dressing.
As for her–adorable and chic. Her haircut is perfection.
I would prefer to see a slightly finer print in the gentleman’s shirt, definitely different in colour to those blues. But this is nit-picking. He is beautifully groomed, regardless of lapel size(!) and strikingly handsome, the firtst thing I noticed!
I’m commenting more than four years after this item was posted, and what I found odd was that none of the other commenters noted the flaw that struck me immediately upon viewing Patrick Grant’s photo: his suit coat’s collar is standing away from his neck. This indicates to me the stiff construction and stiff fabrics employed by many on Savile Row, as well as the often “unforgiving” cuts. This should not happen, certainly not because you choose to sit down — not in a double-breasted suit, not in any suit. Can you imagine a suit coat or jacket tailored by Rubinacci doing this? I think not. Oh, and by way, it would seem that Mr. Grant has need of a good clothing brush or lint roller. But that can happen to the best of us if we’re not careful….Cheers, Sart.