I think this gentleman simply looks "good" when he could look "great." Though nice and crisp and clean, his ensemble is a bit boring; it's begging for an accent piece like, oh I don't know, a bright orange pocket square, or something of that ilk to break the dichrome monotony. He just looks like he needs something fun! (And, too, he does need a larger knot to fill the void left by the cutaway collar.)
The jacket looked real good on him, and I love that his light blue shirt sleeves pop out under his jacket. The way only one button is used to hold the jacket together makes the look a little less stiff. I like the way his hair and glasses look together.
I really dig the cut and sheen of this jacket..the patch pockets add the perfect level of informality to add to the additionally casual air that the white pants lend to the outfit. This man's proportions are beautifully framed in this jacket.
So NERDY chic! I love it! Obviously it had to be Italy! The blue and white combination gives it away without even letting us know! I love the double breasted blazer! So elegant! check out my trendy blog! http://thetrendydwarf.blogspot.com/
This is one that I don't really care for. I seem to be the only one who isn't a fan of that double-breasted blazer. To me, it makes him look wider, and something about it reminds me of these smocks that healthcare professionals wear. Love the glasses, though.
No. No. No. Something about his whole outfit is wrong and I'd say it's the fact that the jacket is shiny AND double-breasted AND has huge lapels. Too much and too fuzzy. The rest is good. A sharp black jacket and he would look great.
Absolutely Fantastic. Wonderful foto……… Love the Blue and White … the buttons everything as you say Crisp. While I don't think I could pull off the white pants, I love it. I find the light blue shirt along with the white and the blue is incredible. Hats off
Double breasted can be a bit warm for the summer, but cotton/linen can make it comfortable enough. I would have selected a colorful print tie to add some pop. The pants fit him well. Did the flash from the camera make 3 of the 4 jacket buttons appear to be a different color than the 4th button?
I wouldn't trust him. He has a sort of Tom Ripley from The Talented Mr. Ripley complex. The watch isn't quite right- lacking a sort of refinement. The blue fourth button on his jacket reveals something a bit makeshift. It's as though he wants to be found out to be a fraud. It's a cry for help! I will give you this though- the photo does inspire the imagination!
I love the colors, the fit of the pants, the rolex. Only the style of his jacket is bothering me somehow.. Its the way it closes and it doesn't look very fitted, i would have rather chosen a simple blue blaser jacket, well fitted.
I am amazed at the lack of understanding re: the double-breasted blazer. One never buttons all the buttons on a db jacket, or if one does, one also probably sports a belt and braces at the same time. This jacket is amazingly well tailored and perfectly fitting on this modern update (the slim cut of the trousers) of a timeless classic.
Well, Maliha, Italian men have reason to dress well. No, let us say that they have a duty to dress in harmony with their rich heritage and environment both heavily steeped in the arts. Dressing well, in fin dei conti, is art.
They are surrounded by art. Theirs is a valiant attempt to blend to their surroundings.
I keep coming back to this one, despite my 'con-artist, lacking some sort of refinement' comments earlier… ugh… this has just so completely grown on me and consumed me…i just can't quite put my finger on it…
I like the play on tones with the shades of navy. It's a rarity to see wide peak labels anywhere. One would assume that he would've pulled this off with the typical white shirt (which I would've personally done…the buttons look white) but he flipped the script. Good job. -Tony Post No Bills from Washington DC