Heâ€™s wearing bench made (maybe even bespoke) English/French/Italian shoes or city boots on a slim last with chisel or narrow round toes. Theyâ€™re in the brown family, either suede or box calf. Canâ€™t see them in the picture, but everything else is perfect, so I know the shoes are too.
Said it before and will say it again ….Patch pockets are always welcome here. can’t get enough of them ….they add so much personality and personal style…whether it’s casual Friday or even being paired with a shirt and tie. Lastly expensive can help to get closer to style but carrying it off and knowing how to care for you fine wardrobe …whole other story ….sorry style does not come automatically when purchasing expensive clothes…..that would be too easy.
I don’t care for the blazer. It is the military stule pocket that I find jarring, particularly where the pocket’s sharp right angles jut towards the rounded cuta away at the from=nt of the coat. Were the pockets rounded, I would concur, but I dislike they way these pop out.
Dear Sart — Great shot, love everything about this handsome man and his attire! Congrats on all the wonderful photos you have taken with your new camera on your recent assignments in Europe and, of course, at home. Oh, by the way, I canceled subscriptions to four women’s fashion magazines because they weren’t doing as good a job as you.
Such a great shot! What a gorgeous man! The jacket makes the whole casual look so classy. I think the cut of the jacket, the pocket square, the sleeve buttons, and the comfy large pockets all work well together. Classy casual. Nice.