Best part of this picture- the unkempt 'fro action. My Jew fro is officially at its pinnacle and is loving the fresh Spring winds! Pairing a frumpy Bob Dylan nest of hair with a magnifique outfit is a favorite of mine! Well played, frumpy haired man!
This one is a yes, the only yes for this camel series of posts. It says "pay attention to me" and not "pay attention to my trendy clothes."
Not so for the Celine backstange #4 post which screams "I'm trying so hard to make it look like I'm not trying hard to stand out and the only way I can do that is by wearing obnoxious combinations that are so ugly I will force people to think they must be missing something cool when they look at my clothes."
Thanks a lot for sharing. More than the camel on camel, it is the blue on camel that attracts my attention. It does indeed Â« wake up Â» the whole outfit. Mixing blue & brown ahs long been a Parisian staple, partly born from the fact that old-style French gentlemen (those we call Â« Vieille France Â») would never (ever) mix black & dark blue. A dark blue suit would always be worn with brown shoes and a brown to beige / camel coat â at a push, with a grey but not charcoal coat.