Oh, I’m loving the sienna brown shoes with the charcoal gray pants! When I grew up, wearing grays/blacks together with tans/browns was an absolute no-no, but as I’ve seen since visiting here, those combinations can really look smashing.
OK. I can deal with this. if you are going to put brown with grey and it is not dark brown, than, OK, lean toward red or rust. I dig his spin, and I can deal with that, because I cannot see anyone turning this into a formula for disaster, which they did with tan. Please no formulas with what is not classic! PLEAASE.
If I am not wrong the jacket of this gentleman has a neapolitan feature and very likely has been made by a neapolitan tailor. Also the combination of a brown jacket with grey trousers seems very neapolitan and reminds me my very first bespoke jackets when I was 16 years old. The beatiful message coming from this image is to see our imprinting atmosphere shared by people having different education and cultural background. Congratulations :a great shot! Angelo
My man spent a little time putting this one together. Although I do like the way that his pocket square is simple, yet screams at me, I would prefer a little more understated tie. When pulling off the brown-grey combo, albeit not as risque as it once was, needs fewer variables than other outfits (but that’s just me).
Magnificent, absolutely bloody brilliant. I love everything here, down to the way he is seated. I would never have thought to put those colours together but boy does he carry it off with panache. It is so appreciated to see people that can dress like this, wonderful.
i don’t know. i’m also on the short side, and i think this outfit makes him look small/short. perhaps it’s the contrast of the jacket and the pants, but i’m not sure, because i have successfully worn tweed jackets with charcoal flannel trousers.
also the collar of the shirt looks a little large for his face/jacket and the cashmere(?) tie may be too substantial as well. the sleeve of the jacket is nicely fitted though.