something about the fit is really off, in theory the elements should work, but they are clashing here. the color of the vest doesn’t seem to compliment the shorts. and the tie is kind of awkward, it seems forced. it would probably look better without it or in a deeper hue/different pattern.
I still maintain that no one can pull-off shorts in an elegant manner, case in point. Is that two differet shades of navy blue? I like his Burberry-inspired necktie if nothing else. That belt-buckle is a strange choice.
I do admire the gentleman’s individualistic approach to styling his gear. I don’t think the choice of all oversized elements is the most flattering for a handsome man who appears to have a tall and elegant frame, but as a total look it works… from the feet up.
Given the careful choices made with the rest of his attire, one wonders about those slouchy, loaf-of-bread shoes. Could it be that the shoes were gifted or found, as they don’t appear to actually fit? Does the gentleman have a foot ailment that requires extra-comfy shoes? Would vintage black brogues (certainly not shiny new ones) look smarter with the ensemble?
I thought I might never say this in any circumstance, but I think even the dread rubber flip-flops would look better here.
i like his vibe but as far as his look… he could practice the good ol’ fashion advice of taking one piece off before leaving the house. he’d look better without the belt buckle. also, the proportion of the shorts to the vest are horrible. the outfit would look better with longer shorts/pants.
I’m all about trying new things – but I feel sometimes styles get mashed together. Then instead of looking cool it looks jumbled. I like pieces of this guys look but not crazy about how its all put together. I like the shirt, tie and shorts not thrilled with the vest or the hat. It looks like he’s casual but I feel if you wear the tie and vest your trying to say look its formal too. And it can’t be both. If he wore the shirt, shorts and the loose tie it would look fine. He really doesn’t need the vest. Or better yet wear that shirt some navy pants keep the shoes with no socks and thats a cool casual look.
Also if you going to wear a fun attention getting buckle loose the phone attached at the waist. I hate phones attached to the belt.
His outfit is a great “draft”, but definitely need some editing. The vest material looks like it is a different weight/texture than the pants and shirt, and looks awkward with the shoes. Considering that he (like most of the others featured here) probably put this together from what was already in his closet, rather than shopping for a complete look, he did a good job!
Well first of all, this gentleman is a very good friend and like this lady put it, yes he dos ooze cool. He keeps it fUzZY(C.C.P word for fly)!!!! He is what I would call a style kamikazi!! He does what he wants, when he wants. The number one thing when it comes to our particular dress code, is that the masses may not understand it, but who gives a flying —-. At the end of the day that man is a walking Morgage!!! That tie alone is probably worth your light bill, and he didn’t have to sacrifice an bit of light to purchase it neither. But, not even prices, this outfit represents a rebirth of style. To many people get caught up in the fashion, until they forget what style is all about. And this picture right here is a clear representation of true style!!! Keep doing ya thing Terone(PEEPS GUNNA AS WE CALL HIM).
p.s. SCREW BRANDON!!!! YOU ARE THE TRUE JAMES HILLHOUSE 2004 BEST DRESSED AWARD WINNER!!!
From ya boy MZA A.K.A MILT-FRESH KEEP the FuZz ALIVE!!!