this guy is really sharp. nice shot. i just like the overall impression, without being overly impressed with any one item. i dont think the shape of his glasses really do his face any favors. something smaller and more interesting would put this guy over the top. but he is really impressive.
I dig this alot! This is what makes this blog so great, an example of how to look stylish on daily basis. I get the impression this is an everyday kind of guy. none of his garments look like they could be exhorbitantly expensive. real style for real people. the glasses i think are whimsical and great they add a little funk the whole look, which has a jazzy (the shoes, fedora) modish (piped polo, slim pants) feel. slick!
Ohh love him. Very chic and has a kind of cool prof look, very Left Bank Paris! Very stylish. Also interesting it is a kind of no-season/all-season attire. The hat, the glasses, jacket, shoes, top, pants a perfect ensemble.
Sart, sometime you should check out Philadelphia’s African American men-on-the-street for the finest summertime dressing this side of Munich. Dapper straw hats, pressed (but relaxed) linen shirts and shorts, and the right shoes make for some impressive sightings. Philly has great style.
For me, what really makes this work is the contrast of textures–muted softness of the felt hat and the (velvet?) jacket and the shirt, glossy hardness of the patent leather shoes. Nicely done–I wish I could mix casual and elegant so well.
This is my men Michael Olu from London! When you are interessted in the essence of style then you just found at least one substance of it! He’s the founder and director of the Kilimanjaro magazine. Check it out on http://www.kilimag.com
One of my all time favourites! The shiny shoes are an amazing contrast to the corduroy jacket. Glasses remind me of those Ezekiel glasses. He simply manages to look causal and chic at the same time. And not in that way of opening an extra button on your shirt… great!