Oh my God! Canâ€™t relieve it!!! Iâ€™m so so so happy!!! I lived last year for five months in Milano (which I looooooooved) and thatâ€™s the corner of my house!!!! In Via Alserio!! (That yellow building with balconies at the left hand of the picture…) About the blog, I really like it, and now even more! But it would be good if you could travel a little more to different countries. For example, Iâ€™m from Argentina, and Iâ€™m sure you could find really good shots hereâ€¦ Ciaoo!
Oh, by the way, in that zone there are some cool shops (Iâ€™m not referring to Corso Como, which of course is famous)Actually, donâ€™t remember exactly where, but near Viale Zara thereâ€™s a vintige shop which is absolutely amazing!
Here and at Scott’s men.style.com blog we’re seeing a lot of “single buttoners”, choosing either the top or bottom to close in an unusual way – why? Maybe because the coats themselves are “classics” (OK, some would say recycled dinosaurs). An iconoclastic buttoning is not quite “high personal expression”; so maybe it signals the challenge of looking like an individual without going over the edge to costume-y self-consciousness.
Again, questo uomo takes what may be an unexception if good quality dotted or foulard scarf and ruches it up above the coat collar to do something unexpected.
Maybe his budget means shop at H&M, but in his heart it’s one-of-a-kind.