Oh, I love this series. These men are all so different, yet there is an unmistakeable flow going on here. I love it. I'd like to see this photograph and the two before all hanging together, they are lovely Scott.
I like all that the gentleman is wearing except the frames. Call me pedantic but something like what Monsieur Schuman wears would have been perfect. Or something like what Philip Seymour Hoffman wore as Truman Capote when he gave a preview reading of his book in the film. Yeah!
Love this colour combo (and note my very Canadian way of spelling 'colour'…ha!) For those of us who reside in areas where oodles of maple trees transform seasonally into gold and vibrant rusty-oranges, this palette is quite "autumn". Can't say I will be wearing it anytime before September…I just want to warmer weather right now!
Great color combinations! I do like the theme running in this and the past two photos. Some of us can't pull off the orange hair from yesterdays photo but the orange scarf is a definite! johnbenjaminpritchett.blogspot.com
Young men must be schooled to understand the effectiveness as well as balance of a shocking piece of color. Whether it be around the neck, waist, or ankles, a dash of color is always a welcome compliment to any grounded ensemble! http://olderbrothersadvice.wordpress.com/
A fabulous palete of materials:corduroy, cashmere, wool plaid & I'm sure cashmere scarf. Beautifully aligned colors, with soft blue dress shirt, mmm..Yummy Please let's not forget, matched plaid, the fit; tailored to perfection. My favorite a rolled lapel. Man of Style