I get the overall idea of the ensemble, but I would have gone with a more structured shirt to negate the “hospital scrubs” look. A polo, or a flowing linen, perhaps. But, kudos and thanks for making the effort to beautify the world a bit. We all should. Cheers, everybody!
I think this gentlemen looks cool and confident; why shouldn’t men have fun with their clothes/jewellery as well ? Why must people be so judgemental when someone chooses to wear something out side the ‘accepted norm’ ? I cannot see any fashion crime here. I am over sixty and remember a time when the young men I knew wore beads, earrings, kaftans and long flowing hair; they too were lambasted. I love fashion and want it to be inclusive not exclusive.
Whoa … easy Annie. We’re not hatin’, just curating, as in Scott’s army of fashionistas. We value you as a member, and respect your opinion. Just sharing ours with you, that’s all. Welcome to the club, Pal.
U should check out Vanessa Friedman’s fashion pieces for the NYT. She’s smart, insightful and puts fashion into a much broader commentary on culture and history.
John from Philly…once in a blue moon I read Vanessa’s pieces when she reviews the Haute Couture shows…sometimes they are too long and miss a certain wit that Cathy Horyn has…Cathy’s blog On the Runway was the best ever and she had such had following …she put “fun” back into fashion!