This is a classic with a couple of twists: the scarf as you said, and the trim of the shoes. I think it works mainly because it is a classic. I would only change the belt but all in all this is a great look! Jorge from WPB
Like the man in the white suit, we want to see what shoes are worn with white pants. These are a great choice as they don't break the line and cut his legs off at the feet and the rim of color gives it more pizazz. If you hadn't said that was a scarf at his neck I would have thought it was a necklace of some sort. He looks good, neat and tailored but casual and his styling is done with a fairly light touch. By the way, do these men wear any kind of sock when it looks like they don't? The shoes must get stinky; what's the deal?
That's it! Next time I am going shopping I will buy a deep blue shirt and wild leather loafers (have fallen in love in some I have recently seen) and combine it with my white trouser and black leather belt! Perfect!
I lived in Florence for a period during college. It's been 5 years since I was there, and I'm going back in two weeks. I really couldn't be more excited, and I especially can't wait to document the many moments (this being a good example) that I've been romanticizing since I left.
he's handsome but i don't think that i like this kind of cut on his kind of build. and the shoes make his ankles seem ashy. sadly, I feel that this is a no though I want to say yes because of the touches of color. still, no.
It hit it out of the park. not at all art directed like they do here in los angeles…I wished all the daddies here in la looked this good.perfect pant lenght & taper. scarf adds the perfect splash of color.his naked ankles are HOT ! HOT HOT
Glad you mentioned the scarf, Sart; I thought it was a cheesy ball bearing necklace at first.
I love the Italian preppy look and the navy and white combo. Love the shoes (but it's hard to overcome tears of conditioning to accept the mismatched belt).
You're starting to make me think about the cropped pants (although I think my legs are too short). But is anyone in the US outside of NYC really wearing them? I've seen no guy here in San Diego wearing them. Of course, it's often hard to find a guy in San Diego who's not wearing a Hawaiian shirt, cargo shorts and flip flops.