The one thing I’m not digging is the topstitching on the vest, but then contrasty topstiching is a pet peeve of mine. Otherwise, this looks wonderful (and I love the Johnny Depp thing he’s got going on).
He must be fun. The contrast between the leopard print and his extremely gentle and refined demeanor, not to mention the rest of his outfit, is touching and funny. A would-be leopard, if only he could stop being sensitive all the time. :)
This is Prada from last Fall, I believe. I have this tie also.
I also wear it with more traditional colors and cuts, say, a navy, pin strip, 3-button suit with a white shirt. The animal print and width of the tie have so much character that the rest of the outfit can be lo-key.
I’m quite curious, how can a guy look good without dressing up this much, especially as it is summer. Down the page you’ll see countless sundresses and t-shirted women. What’s the equivalent for men, I don’t believe its a vest or a pair of high waisted trousers.
this photo is the funniest i have ever seen on your website – in the best way possible. this guy clearly has a wonderful sense of humor. and the look on his face is so serious, so deadpan – i’m dying here. i love it! one of the most sophisticated uses of wit and humor in an outfit that i’ve ever seen.
His looks remind me on John Galliano, just that JG would never wear this. Either waistcoat to tight (especially under the arms) or pants too baggy. Animal print tie on such a boring shirt does not make it for me, even that his sleeves are rolled up. Besides, what is the appropriate size of rolled up sleeves? Showing the ellbows? I donÂ´t think so …
yeah, the pants do seem a bit full, and I’m not a big fan of contrast stiching but the tie really makes the look–and I excised every last drop of animal print from our house formery owned by Carrie donovan.