Hmmm. Well I like his pocket square and his shirt. The pants are unfortunate (and possibly hazardous if he plans on having kids in the future – and Italy already has a low birth rate so he should try to dress more comfortably – if only for the good of his country). What if he drops his hankie on the ground? How will he retrieve it?
He does have that I’m-casual-and-chic-for-work look that so many professionals in Florence have and I always found that alluring. I’m just not down with the tighties.
Wow! Everything fits just so! I think this is one of the few plaid/gingham jackets we have seen in your blog- it is certainly inspiration to try something new. I even like the perfect symmetry of the belt silk bunching up at the buckle. Pure perfection! Jorge from W Palm Beach
FLAWLESS. No one interprets preppy like the Italians. I hope he’s wearing highly polished black Gucci loafers (with red and green grosgrain under the snaffle bit). And without socks, of course. Notice the vintage watch with blue strap peeking seductively from just beneath the jacket cuff. PERFECTION.
i really would like to know who is this guy already. where he works what he does,he is been in so many pictures here and on the japanese magazines. who is he??? also the guy with the lollipop ezio manchini,who is he what does he do?
He looks good. You must have shot him early, he’s not all creased up yet. Nice shape & balance on fit, classically speaking. I’m going to guess the shoe is a nicer version of topsider style, navy with white trimming. Portofino in the house.
The belt really pulls the outfit together for me by incorporating the blue/white shades. Some of the earlier posts opine that the pants are too tight, but I don’t see it that way. Tighter than flowing linen pants? Yes. But any different than well cut trousers? No. A great look.
He’s rocking the check. Nice, clean line on the blazer. The ticket pocket is a nice detail. He might be more comfortable with a higher rise on the trousers. I’d wager a nickel that this guy is wearing socks.
All the clothes match perfectely and the accesories give a touch of modernism to break with the structured look. I think itÂ´s perfect for a summer working day. Love the colours! they’re great for his skin tone.
I honestly think the best accessory in this photo is his shaved head, it’s brilliant. I am glad that men these days are no longer in fear of balding…they have succumed to the razor. Very nice. I think the Sartorialist should have a review of nicely dressed men with “no hair” as the accessory. * your fashionista in Austin.