You’ve featured this classy man before I believe. He works it – subtle but not too subtle.
This is a nice look for men and women (those who like to look a bit androgynous) and I’m gonna do my own variation with my old Theory pin striped slacks, Gap cotton shirt and Ed Hardy scarf. Aaaahh, how I love finding new ways to pair old stuff.
ooooh *shivers*. everything about this is amazing. a really great mix of textures and his accessories, (watch, necklace) are spot on. for me this man is representing whats so awesome about asian style.
Chinese migrant worker? Trying getting some more culture into you “Decreasing” Ignorance. This dude looks completely urban and contemporary, and if you can’t help but see derogatory archetypes then perhaps you should browse this blog just a little bit longer.
Now who knows where one can find such an awesome scarf?
Well done! I’m new to this blog and I must say I miss the east coast. I was in Manhattan last summer and was delighted to see so many people with their own sense of style; men who actually know how a suit is supposed to fit and ladies dressed like ladies, not like Brittany Spears! I live in L.A. where it’s $300 jeans and $100 t-shirts everyday…. everywhere! This gentleman looks as if he never makes an uninspired move.
wow!!! you blog is huge with lots of comments, i am sure you have put a great effort in it since 2005, and you are the special ones who mainly focus on menswear~ your blog would be more attractive if you add some description on the reason you pick the look or how you feel about the outfit… i am also looking forward for more different style of menswear, something more causal…
can you make some comments on my blog also? i would like to hear from a popular blogger^^
sempre grandissima la mia stella nello scoprirmi i look piĂą belli del mondo!!! molto glamour piccola….lo so che non c’entra nulla con il blog ma era un ringraziamento dal profondo alla mia stylist preferita!!!!!!!!!!! grazie stella di tutto!! ti voglio bene!!! e dirtelo qui mi sembra bellissimo!!!!