Great combination, though I wish his pants had been ironed. Is it really cool enough for a jacket in the mornings up there right now? I’m so excited! I’ll be up there on Tuesday, can’t wait for a break from 90 degree weather.
Hello from Paris !! Great shot ( as usual ) ! I love the detailed sophistication of the cuff sleeve over the denim. My only reserve is for the hair ! I think this guy would look much better with a very short back and side ( fade ) and longer on top, just the way I am wearing my hair at the moment since december! I had this kind of haircut ( long ) for over 3 years, and then decided to chop it all off !!! my very best Diego Montoya
OK. Yes. Everything goes, everything matches, everything fits. If you fold your khakis right when they are out of the dryer and still hot, you get soft wrinkles- his pants have been in the bottom of a drawer for a while. The outfit lacks a personal touch, something no one else would think of. I agree with an earlier posting that he looks like an RL employee, but maybe that’s what he is going for. Safe bet, and handsome guy. Jorge from WPB
Good depiction of classic American casual style, wrinkles and hair and all. I don’t think these pictures are meant to be examples of “what to wear”, rather they are inspiration for what can be incorporated into design and personal style. Simply put, it’s not about liking or disliking what someone is wearing, but about seeing new ways of pulling together style elements and using them to develop your own style.
The jacket cuffs would be too long if turned down.. and this way the watch can be seen. The collar above collar looks like a model choice to me, so I see him as street modeling. Not that that’s bad, it just doesn’t interest me very much. On the other hand, I’m fine with the colors, fine with the moderate wrinkles, fine with his hairstyle.
Collar up to me looks good on a female, on a male its just…eeaaah. Then the sleeves turned up, that's just trying too hard. Try walking and not hit the sides of your pants….awkward. Denim & khaki is always a good combo. Like the faded whiskers on the elbow. I agree, hang the khaki out of the dryer not folded on the bottom of a pile.
He looks fantastic, and not affected, but honestly im soooo tired of plaid. I went into urban outfitters for some odd reason and every single item was plaid in various colors and sizes. That moment I realized plaid should only be worn by lumberjacks and scottsman, not someone willing to pay $250 to look "authentic"….
I like the style and the look. It's quite studied but yet relaxed and easy to wear. Love the cuff detail and the softly tailored boxiness of the jacket. I think the fashion look matches him perfectly. He's really handsome and seems down to earth, fun and full of personality. The outfit definitely does him justice. I think this is one of the best looks on here.