That’s again a sample of successful roll-up))) Perfect balance of light blue and dark blue with the beard matching the colour of the belt and shoes)) I belive his expensive watch gives away his casual look)
Unfortunately, not a type of man one might often run into in Moscow((
This brings to mind Tomas Maier’s Bottega Veneta from a couple of seasons ago, except that his denim pants were not pleated. I think you have to look at what your fabric can do- in this case, denim looks better, or more classic at least, with a flat front. I like this example because everything fits well, and a gorgeous background and lighting. Jorge from WPB
I do like the complimentary colours, though. It’s so well put together – even matching hair. The rolled up jeans just epitomise real Sydney style for me, it’s at the same time fashion conscious, neat and casual.
Not feeling the love for this. Denim pants were popular in the 70s and I never saw one I liked. I don’t like this one either. Maybe I’m too much of a purist, but “denim pants” should mean “jeans,” in my book.
The difference between jeans and trousers (for those who protest) is essentially in the construction. The key point is that they are made with a yoke on the rear and will generally have five pockets (the back ones being patch). Also, usually will have the strengthened doubled over seam on the inside leg, and not (as with these trousers) pleats. They do not necessarilly have to be denim though! e.g. corduroy jeans.
On a side, recently saw a picture of what was described as a Canadian Suit. It was a slim three button denim deconstructed suit, looked great on the guy wearing it (shabby chic beardy kind of look). Anyone else seen these or know where I could get one?
Oh Paddington, how I love thee. He looks great but I think a big part of it is his hair — ginger, scruffy, and facial hair. If he was dark-haired and clean-cut the look would have been very different, no?
Regardless of what people seem to be saying. This is a great look because he can pull it off. There is absolutely no flaw in his sense of style to achieve this look. The brown of the shoes and belt compliment the blues so well! If he were wearing black shoes and such, it wouldn’t have looked half as brilliant as it does.
The pants are in a lightweight cross hatch denim and are from my label “Three Over One”. The collection is heavily inspired by a working mans wardrobe of the 1930s and 40s. It is available in selected retailers in Australia but I hope to distribute it further in the future.
i personally dislike both pleats and denim pants. yet i appreciate this look on him. The references to the 30′s and 40′s working man are spot on, and the rolled cuffs of the pants and shirt give the right amount of insouciance befitting the historical homage.