i love the great balance between the shocking red & the shades of grey…
i have just got one question to the many fashion experts here, I have been trying to find a pair of outdoor slippers that looks more in the line of loro piana cashmere slippers then the chunky ones that are seen everywhere… do u guys have any suggestions? many thanks!
now this is just great! perfect taper on the trousers, a shortened jacket without looking shrunken and comedic, pocket square bellowing just enough but not too much, and relaxed yet smart soft collar on the classic red white. bravo from Hobby in London.
I love the way he breaks up each portion of his look with the striking red. If it weren't for his socks, it would be unbalanced. The way he uses the red isn't overhwelming, which is rare considering the intensity of the color, it just highlights wonderfully.
Lovely pops of bright red on a cloudy day! I also like how the jodhpur cut of the trousers and turban give his outfit an Eastern look. I have never before seen jodhpurs done in regular suiting fabric like this.
This is a joke. Its obvious most of you do not know about mens dress, and im sorry to say that the author of this photo is encouraging characters like this fellow here that this look is respected by taking his photograph , i find this a little bothering.
I love the dash of navy + red in the pocket square and the red overall paired with the two shades of grey, the length of his pants and of course the socks are perfect as well. It's been a while since I've seen the bracelet but I love how he accessorized it.
Everything is excellent and complement-worthy EXCEPT the pant shape and length. Yes, I know nothing with this dude is not highly intended, but there's just too many fashion statements going on at the same time. A regular pant cut and length would still reveal the goovy socks. Don't need to see them AND the red cuffs. Dig the shoes.
His HAIR! I love his hair. Also, someone mentioned that he should 'go and find some pants that fit', but his baggy pants are one of my favorite parts about the outfit. Like it or not, I am 21-years-old, and the male youth of today wear their pants baggy! It gives this look a laid-back feel, which I'm guessing is a glimpse inside the person wearing them. Great photo, Scott.
I love it/hate it. Loooove the screamin' red with the grays. Hate the fit of the pants and the shoes. Although I love the length of the pants in order to glimpse the socks, there's something delicate and insubstantial about them. The navy & red hankie in perfect.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ BRAVO FOR THIS PHOTO TOO ! IT'SO GREAT …AND FUNNY ! THANKS TO YOUR FRAME…..BOTH MEN WITK BLACK JAKETS BEHIND HIM SEAM TO BE ……HIS DANCERS !!!!! ^^ KISS ! ==============================================================
WELL…. THE SCARF TOOK MY ATTENTION…. BUT HIS ATTITUDE IS WHAT GETS ME MORE….IF GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE HAD A FASHION COLUMN… THIS WOULD BE THE BLEND IN BETWEEN…. HE SURELY KNEW HOW TO PUT A HINT OF SOUL IN FASHION… AND PHOTOGRAPHY… THIS MAKES SART'S JOB EASIER TO ACCOMPLISH…. CONGRATS TO BOTH OF YOU
What a nice picture of our number one homeboy Sam, a talented designer, dedicated sartorialist and all-around nice guy. He has taken his flavour from Spain to Stockholm and now to London. We miss you in Sthlm Sam, (especially Temisan)glad to see your still representin' for us! Nice pic Scott!<3!