Even though I was forced to wear maroon pants for my catholic school uniform, I like this cardigan and I think he wears it well. Looks great paired with a basic white shirt and a tie. Hopefully these gents will be plentifully compensated for many many years so they never regret buying/altering their pants to such a short inseam. My only beef is the shoes, which are in desperate need of some edge dressing, but perhaps he was going for this look. Great picture! Jorge from WPB
heehee it reminds me of a sweater ron weasly’s (from harry potter…)mother would knit for his christmas! snitch wings and all! enough geeky references, as well as making me giggle at my own uncoolness it is actually a very well put together outfit
This works….except bare ankles with Brogues or Oxfords always reminds me of the Great Depression or post war European refugees where for many it was necessary, not the best ideal to reference.Bare ankles with loafers or most other “slip on” footwear is another story.
This guy looks so much better than most of the jazzed up dudes I see on this blog. He obviously doesn’t have to try so hard to make some sort of LOOK-AT-ME statement(gag!) Whoever captured him has a great eye. ‘Cardigan man’ is chilled out but still vibe’n with his short pants and sock-free leisure. plus, those shoes are so classic they could never look bad.
I'm soooooo tired of the no socks grossness comments. I love the look and pull it off regularly. But, I always, always wear loafer socks from Johnston & Murphy. Perhaps he wears something similar. Cut the guy a break. Also, if you spray your shoes with foot spray and decide not to wear socks – you'll be perfectly fine.