Is that a double-breasted jacket? I am going to disagree with several comments above, it is probably my least favorite part of the outfit. For me, a double-breasted jacket is too formal to pair with casual garments, but that is just me. Everything else is perfect. I do like the mocs/shoes, they sort of look like dessert boots, which have been on my shopping list for some time- maybe next paycheck! Jorge from W Palm Beach
I don’t understand why baggy pajama bottoms rolled up into shorts are supposed to be chic. It’s been shown a lot on the this site. The man looks like he’s wearing slippers and underwear with a blue blazer.
But then I don’t know why someone would wear sandals to work either, so I’m probably not the most fashion forward person.
i’m surprised at the negative reaction to the shoes. i quite like them; they’re a great departure from traditional formula. and, you know, i never liked shorts with sportcoats before, but this time it seems to work out. perhaps not the most sophisticated outfit, but it’s certainly original, and certainly stylish.
I love the colors and his jacket. Wish that his beard were groomed closer to his face and that his shorts where trousers. I think that trousers would give him a stronger, leaner line (maybe it is the hands in the pocket).
excellent: shoes, shorts, shirt, jacket. maybe not: those specific glasses.
this would look good with or without the jacket, yet its such a strong piece. the shoes are incredible, laced, softened leather shoes and paired with shorts that length, its bold, proportioned, and as refreshing to wear as to see on somebody.
My shorts hit just above the knee, so as a heads up to those who want to try this look for themselves, I think that with the short length that I have, while it may be great for cuffing, it is not necessarily good for that carefree roll, which requires a longer length short. Also, I think that one has to have the right sort of leg – unfortunately, I have larger thighs (having run track), so while a cuff might work, rolling the hem of my shorts or wearing those cool mid thigh swim shorts so popular this season doesn’t work well with my body type. I really love the moccasins contrasted against the double breasted jacket by the way – quite a lovely juxtaposition.
ahhh, i think i found the shoes! i didnt find the “straight plug” minnetonka moccasins la sartorialista referenced, but I THINK this man is wearing the minnetonka men’s fringe boot. $40 with a hard sole. His pair looks incredible broken in!
although the elements themselves are quite converse: formal double-breasted jacket with underwear-like cuffed shorts (please note: he’s wearing them with belt like an alibi that says ‘these are no underwear altough they look like it’)and a crinkled/structured(?) shirt, specific(retro-)modern sunglasses and floppy outworn ankle mocs, somehow purposely parted hair and a somewhat rampant beard.
rather not a classic reputable way to dress. but this man wears his composition with such a coolness and self-confidence that alltogether he simply appears authentically stylish and radiates strong charisma!