The pocket square is very exuberant. I like the purple/pink colours he’s working with too. Wonder how many times he had to ‘casually’ tuck in the pocket square to get it looking so fabulous. (No matter how many times, however, it was worth it.)
I really don’t understand why this is interesting. His suit is rtw and it looks like he never even bothered to have the pants taken up. It’s all much too loud, too, for him to be well dressed. I guess he’s going for the fop look, but he’s not even doing that very well.
That’s what I call an “exploding” pocket square. What was it Flusser said? Conspicuous pocket adornment attracts from the overall? Well, he pulls it off, especially with the shirt wide check. The shoes … not my cup of tea.
Hamish Bowles has a style that is wonderful and all his own but there is something almost eighties in this look, redolent of baronial luxury, the paisley, the silk, the hide slippers. his casual haircut keeps it modern and un-stuffy. It’s great, I love it!
I love this look, All-Star all the way and he never disappoints. What everyone has missed is how beautiful that suit is. And then he pairs it with a great shirt, tie and pocket-square and he’s looking good. But then, just to cap it, just to show thatb he is an individual with more style in his pinky than all of us combined, he throws in those shoes! Talk about looking sublime without taking yourself too seriously! Brilliant. And I am one person who always thought the suit and sneakers look was a bad idea, this is the one exception. Bravo Hamish.