Glorious! I like how he has his gloves in his pocket and the pants, shoes and scarf that reflect varying degrees of a good winter blue. For me, it is the big scarf tied in that manner that appeals most to me!
This is not a criticism, but what is it with the italians and double monk strap shoes? I LUVVV them!!!! and in Navy Blue Suede!!! (picture Homer Simpson drooling right now) Is it their version of the American Brogue? Someone do tell!
That lighter variation (beige-light blue) on the old blue/brown is rather welcome. I have a strong dislike for all things beige (& that includes camel or nude, or skin, or neutral etc.) only if they are a total look. Here it looks quite dandy, really.
Whilst I have seen this gentleman in other posts and in The Sartorialist book looking very dapper this I feel doesn't work. It's too busy and makes him look like he thought about what to wear for too long and confused himself.
I obviously love your blog and am intrigued by many of the photos you put up and in love with the rest. For me, though, this photo screams disproportion. While I appreciate the colour palette, the width of the shoulders, along with the length of the coat do not do this gentleman any favours. It makes him look like he has the shortest legs in the world. Perhaps this is a new proportion that I am ignorant to, but for me, it does this man's shape absolutely no favours.