i have ever think that it is just important what you wear but more important is how you wear it that totally difference a outfit a nice dress can look good but on some people the same dress look so much better the same is in that picture his outfit isnÂŽt so special it is just the kind of he wearing it
Not yet an old codger at least from my own persepctive! Lovely picture. You can see how well the jacket fits without seeing the details. (I will send this to my husband and brother. I am fanatical about fit.)
Love also the traditional white shirt, white hankerchief. Sharp.
I love the way this chap wears the scarf, it just drapes perfectly. It's always good to see the everyday worn with a twist. The suit is elegance personified just by the fit. I certainly don't see this as a picture of an old geezer. I wish I could see the shoes, I'm guessing their something well made and timeless. Any gentleman should aspire to look this stylish. Another reminder of why tailoring is king after the teenage years. On another note, I think it's always easier to act like a gentleman when you look and feel the part. Mr Tweed
Normally menswear is quite boring to me, but the gentlemen featured on your blog the past week have been so compelling. I don't know if it's because they're mature, or Italian, or simply stylishly put-together in their own unique way, but I'm loving these photos!
I have hundreds of ties – a bit of a collector, really, ranging from rare Hermes, Ferragamo, etc. yet I rarely wear one. When I take the time to wear one, the knot is perfect. I find it in bad form to sport one as though just stepping out of a tavern with shirt button undone. I would rather go without. Sprezzatura it isn't.
Ah.. now this is the kind of man I would like to share a coffee or a glass of wine with, that fabulous smile which looks like it gets used often, would make him an engaging companion I think. Thank you for the lovely photograph.
Monsieur Jacques is on your blog at least second time (as far as I remember)… The way he uses his scarf makes me cry!!! It's an art as such! And his face / his smile – for me, personally is the LIVING 100 % PROOF THAT GRACE - has no gender; - has no age; - has no nationality
He just emits tons of grace and graceful attitude. J'adore :)