Happily this guy doesnâ€™t wear a plastic bag in his right hand!!! like they do in â€śAt Thom Browneâ€ť and â€śOn the Street, Parisâ€ť (February 5 and 6, 2007). Itâ€™s possible to wear a plastic bag in a fashion way? After I saw those pictures I realize that plastic bags always broke the magic fashion moments and sometimesâ€¦ the silence too. Congratulation for you site, my diamond friends adore you!
This guy has a great sense of style, but his coat is too skimpy. The shoulders are too narrow, the sleeves too tight (look at the wrinkling when he slightly bends his arm) and it could only be worn with a sweater underneath. This brings me to my next point…why are such suppressed and skimpy fits all the rage in mens clothing? If your body changes one bit, the garment’s look is changes completely. This man would look many times better with a size bigger.
Perfect fit head to toe, enviably classic jeans, just the right amount of interest on the collar, envy inducing wrist-watch, we should all be so put together, free of preciousness. A job nicely done. There is just something slightly incongruous about the beach boys coiffure accompanying such a knowing ensemble, but perhaps I’m channeling my midwinter sun deprived envy…
Jeans with a shirt and tie rock. It says: I dressy, but I’m not a square. Also the confident semi-smirk can make almost any outfit work. It keeps potential critics guessing. It was nice to see this picture – recent posts have been heavy on women’s fashion.
i like stewart shining’s style always. he is completely preppy and he doesn’t shy away from his absolute preppiness he indulges in it. and its great. trends come and go but this man is always true to his style.
Anon I have done a ton opf mens photos but a lot of them are on men.style.com This week I will be going to Milan for the womens collections so I will have more mens on my blog b/c I don’t have to split them with men.style.com