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Quick question, I take photos here and there as a hobby and I’m sure you own a professional camera. But what are your settings (Aperture, Focus, etc…) to get the background blurry to make the foreground POP like you do.
Great looking guy. Great tan, good hair, and great sunglasses. I don’t see anything exceptional about the clothes. I think this is a case of “the man makes the clothes” instead of “the clothes make the man”.
Love the chocolate with the white, the subtle attention to detail (tie and hanky), and the well matched up windowpane of the jacket. Best of all this guy looks as though he is ready to burst out laughing… not taking himself too seriously.
I love the mix of tan on chocolate patterns with the play between the plaid and the small shapes on his tie, and the serged border of the pocket square. But, don’t tell me, those pants aren’t black, are they!?!
Like it, like him. I’m gonna say the jacket is cashmere or at least a soft blend. The pants look charcoal which is perfect. I’m betting the shoes are a rich chocolate brown suede, or a nice rich cognac would do. Definitely could see him on the set of Pret 2. Jacket length ? A short going for a regular maybe ? All in all right on.
Beautiful. The sport coat, the trousers, brown tie, tie clip, pocket square. There’s a whole lotta wonderful going on here. Most of all, I love this young gentleman’s hair and sunglasses. A brilliant execution. This is a chap one would love to have as one’s wing man.
I guess I’ll be the minority view here, but I think the black pants are perfect with this jacket. It’s the tie that’s off! A black, (yes, black) tie would play off the hair and the pants and pull everything together, imo.
What thumbs on this guy. Reminds me of the way Littleton people hide away in the churchyard on Wednesday nights in Ponca hills. It’s that brown. And that tilt. And I’m sure his swagger is just as elegant as Proust scholar in Rome on a budget.
This incredibly handsome man is my fiance…thank you my friend The Sartorialist for finally finding him (you have found me several times!) He is truly the most elegant dressed man from head to toe, nothing studied about him. Always had great style and taste, never following trends and always ahead of the time. Fashion trends seem to follow him. I am the luckiest of women…but not easy keeping up with him. By the way, tan is natural…jacket cashmere…tie 7 fold…custom designed gold rope tie bar–by me..best sunglasses ever. As the saying goes…Fashion Changes, Style Remains.
Great outfit! It is not that easy to wear a jacket with this kind of checks (size) in a good combination. The pattern of the tie fits nicely to the jacket, any other colour than white for the shirt wouldn’t do. If his shoes are of the same colour as the belt (and his tan) it is perfect! Only the tie knot I do not like: too big, no dimple.
My regular visits to The Sartorialist site are always a great way of relaxation and inspiration for me! Thanks from a German fan!!
It’s a great look but then he starts with the considerable advantage that he looks like a male model. It always helps! I have no problem with the brown tie and brown jacket, it’s a monochromatic effect that was popular with Cary Grant although he usually went the grey route. Oddly enough I recently purchased a rather similar jacket in Brown linen/silk blend from good old BB’s but with a peaked lapel so I’m going to experiment with some brown ties. I’ll have to work on the sun tan!!