I'm in LOVE 4 times over! Those men are H. O. T. And they look good in their denim as well! Favorite look is on the far right with the denim shirt and slightly worn jeans. The jacket and hanky! Very sweet.
I love it! They're all so comfortable in what their wearing…..and the shades are perfect as well.
Even though they are all wearing some combo of a jacket and jeans with shades…they each have a character all their own…Its not a long stretch of the imagination to see this as the poster for a new movie…if they were actors.
I also love that the white-haired man just doesn't care about that missing button. I share a similar sentiment about the buttons on my own clothes!
They all look like they really live in their clothes…alot of people should take a page from their book.
I think it works because the men are well coifed as well, no mangy looking hair here. And all the jeans are clean, even if they are ripped. I don't see the usual baggy knees. Finally, the men are wearing jackets, in varying shades of blue, which dresses up the denim. And as for Canadian tuxedos, well, I'm Canadian, and haven't seen every man wearing denim.
Gorgeous men, but please, no more pre-faded denim! It never looks realistic and does no favors for anyone's body. I think the best look would be the glasses from the man on the right, the shirt and tie from the white haired gent, the dark jeans of the man next to him and the sneakers of the man on the left – molto bene!
Yes, they all look really, really good… But. This is obviously in contradiction of what everyone else thinks but I do sometimes think that sometimes sometimes the look that some French and Italian men can adopt can be a bit… obvious. A bit cheesey. It's like the codes of what is a 'sexy'way of dressing was written in the 70's and is still being adhered to: the shades, the shirt open to the mid chest, the medallions. It can look even a little sleazy sometimes.
moi… I like the way you think. A tattoo of this would be nice, but I can imagine it looking good printed on a t-shirt or blown up to poster size… possibly with the words 'Boys are back in town' printed underneath. X
Okay, I have died and gone to heaven. These men all look so fantastic in their various denim looks. From the young fresh "torn" look, to the complete denim suit, to the older more refined denim pants and DB blazer. Love them all, and every single man is sexy beyond belief. Ah, Italian men………. I am in love with them all!
wowww love the middle two outfits especially!! but they do look good together aha like the cheerleader effect, when you have lots of girls in a group it makes them look even better than they do alone, but wow!
Again, "they must be Italian" people, have you been to NY or anywhere? In NY and Miami, all the men I know dress like this, and better and are also great looking and no not all gay, this is a uniform look, because it works! I am sorry if some of you live in parts of US where men wear baggy old man jeans and dirty t shirts or worse, have some guts and complain, or move to NY SF LA Miami or at least find a place where grown up men hang out, you don't have to go to Europe. I like the light seersucker?jacket on left w ripped jeans, that's Miamish
ha ha ha! i LOVE this! no wonder people in italy go out for walks in the street – with this kind of eye candy out there!!! now, just need to educate the guys in newcastle, australia to get out of their board shorts and into this gear….
AGAIN! "they must be Italian!" "I want to move to Rome" I thought they were NYers leaving work on casual Friday!Change the location in the photo title and you'd never know. Yes, this is the metro/preppy look,which works, Except for the neckchains and 70's open shirts Gentlemen! Sorry that most commenters don't meet men who dress like grown-ups and not 10 year olds- Be bold and tell them how to dress! Buy your man a jacket!Visit NY LA SF Miami- (Most)all my friends are good looking, fit, groomed, dress well and are Gentlemen-(no, not gay)but some of the gay ones are handsome too! Ha! nice BLUE study this week. Like the light blue (seersucker?) and worn-out jeans and the guy on right, the guy with the double breasted has reached the max on waist tolerance (the button gave up) and should retire from the DB's until he loses a few Kilos,(sorry)ALL TOGETHER a nice group.
This photo is impressive with all of them together. If I may.. when I look at each one of them, makes me correct a few details to make them fit into my own taste, like I think the gentleman on the right side would be perfect if he wore casual shoes or if the seesucker jacket were not so tight on the chest of the youngest looking gentleman,or if the double breast jacket gentleman had sewn the lacking button. But you know what? What the heck. The four together look so charming. And I think that's the soul of this photo.
phhh wondering why so much excitment over this particular men style, which I find typical italian and somehow boring becase I know what to expect. If I see these guys in the street it would not take me more than a sec to realize they are italians. I think the best looking men is the guy on the far right. Maybe if the other two young ones on the left would not have the shirt open I would then change my opinion. I find nothing classy about open shirts on a men on the contrary……
Well-fitting jeans, brown shoes, a pressed shirt, and a blazer is an Italian UNIFORM, people. I love it, it looks good on almost every man, and PLEASE, Men of North America, take some inpsiration from this picture before heading out on the weekends. Thank you Scott! Victoria
i find it interesting that the shades of denim correspond with their tops, dark with dark, light with light. this should be an add for jeans diversity. distressed, ok! dark wash, ok! light wash, ok! very validating.
About the style: I would say that the two on the left really have it!!But the two on the right…shirts open, lofers without socks Style? No way! It's not only about which clothes do you choose…it's about how you wear it. All the glasses are cool!
The two men on the left have managed to blow my mind despite sporting two of my pet peeves, five o'clock shadow and man-cleavage. Further proof that darn near anything can look just fine if you add it to the right mix.
Seriously? Can't believe you captured this group of dashing men just hanging out on the street!!! Talk about being in the right place at the right time! I love how they are so coordinated with each other yet have their own distinct flare.
Ok…..I'm in love….with all of them! One is more beautiful than the next and all I can think about is….why the he'll didn't I grow up in Milan? This is my first time to this site, but definitely not my last. All the shots are great, that one just happens to be my favorite!
The casual elegance of these gentlemen serves as a reminder that dressing well doesn't have to involve spending a ton of cash. Rather, its taking what you have and putting your own personal flair to it. And that is the wondeful thing about these photos.They capture the individualism of style.
I am THOROUGHLY surprised at how much positive response these guys have gotten. Their expressions all scream 'cool guy' in a bad, sleazy and cliche way. Pre distressed jeans, no good. Unbuttoned shirt revealing medallion and chest ( let alone baby chest ), no good. Pre-distressed denim shirt, no good. long sleeve shirt coming a good 2 – 3 inches out from the blazer, come on. If you want to see the "right" way to pull off the denim aesthetic, please e-mail me – I don't want to place an ad on this site or upset the mods.
Hi agree with Markmont. everything is wrong in the look of these guys. They look like the cliche of bad taste. I am European and I know Italian very well, these guys just look like the stereotype of the macho man in bad way