perfect high 2 button. thank god for the break in the pants. and no these are not lug soles. but a thought i’d like to add: i miss the inspired beauty of everyday new york street scenes in this blog. i miss the first year.
dear sir, I really miss your snaps in n.y.; i must say that those photos were very-very much inspiring since you have a such good eye and delicated good taste. As far I am concerne, N.Y.is the most stylished city in the world, next to London; Paris is too perfect, I must say; Milan is too burgeois and Madrid itÂ´s not at all sophisticated, but authentical and really, really, fun. And Berlin? what about Berlin? don’t forget it; you could get amazing looks over there.
I wish more guys wore narrow-legged trousers–with suits, and in all situations. I think the wide-leg trouser looks dated, and that’s part of why this man looks so sharp and fresh to me. The hat is key, but the narrow silhouette really does most of the work.
Italianissimo! A classic look that could have been worn by Cary Grant. The three-button jacket (can just see the button-hole below the roll of the jacket collar) is correctly fastened on the centre button only, and the shirt is a beautiful shade of blue. Are the shoes a very dark brown or is my browser playing up?
i love the light blue! i don’t know why, but lately seeing that pale blue is really refreshing and crisp, like on that woman’s gloves in a previous entry. it’s inspiring me to looking for clothes whose colors i’m passionate about, and wearing them in a subtle and crisp way.
The gentleman is well put together; however, the puddling of his trousers and those of â€śOld Guyâ€ť from the other day have me worried. The Italians have historically done such a good job of wearing their trousers so that the cuffs/hems just graze their shoe tops, thus enhancing the line of the trousers and displaying their beautiful brown shoes. Is this new droopy look an American influence? And when did Americans decide that using their pants bottoms to sweep the sidewalks is a good idea? Thereâ€™s even a popular song (at least it was popular in the 40s and again in the 60s) castigating Sam the tailor for making the pants too long.
Man! …some people really know how to pull off a hat…I have tell you. I’m sorry but hats are bit “costumey” in our contemporary day and age and anyone that can pull if off as good style ” hats off to them”