FANTASTICO!….I'm not normally a fan of check db suits but I'll make an exception in this case because the check while bold is muted. Also not the classic cutand the shape of the pants. It's not a full length photo but I think we can safely assume that they will be neither drainpipe of flood in styling. It helps of course that that the guy is incredibly good looking but a suit of this quality and cut is going to make anyone look good. Interesting use of button down with DB which I don't think works quite as well although the effect is actually quite pleasing probably because the whole ensemble emphasises the face, your eye goes straight to it!…I'd be interested to see a full length photo. Although this gentleman doesn't pop on world best dressed lists he's one top ten in my view.
"If there is one alteration that guys don't do enough it is having the sleeves slimmed down on a suit. That separation between upper arm and chest drops ten pounds on the look of an average guy – try it you'll see."
this guy has somewhat of a "V-separation cut" suit. he gets away with it because he is already slim.
just wanted to share an observation since i am very particular about the separation as well.
……You couldn't be more wrong sir…….a well cut db looks great on most men…..the emphasis is on well cut……I'm in my mid sixties and although not the hunchback of Notre Dame, I am nowhere near as good looking as this guy (who is other than George Clooney or Brad Pitt) but whenever I wear on one of my DB's they always provoke an admiring comment or two…..you should try it but don't get a cheap one…..they do look awful!!……they are actually particularly flattering on the guy with some weight btw
Now, you might have at least told him his tie was sticking out. The cut is a little unusual, but classic enough, and quite sharp. You do, however, have to be Cary Grant to wear a DB with a button-down collar.
matteo is simply gorgeous…of course: the italian men aren't on the top now. let's see berlusconi. I'm italian. I would like a different (and smart) president. Stunning smile although!!of course…Matteo!!!
Rarely see someone look so comfortable in a DB suit. Great color/fabric weight combo for early Fall. Smart, rich tie. Would be curious to see how it would look if the collar wasn't buttoned down. Has a timeless feel without looking retro.
This guy is one of the best dressed men in the world although I've never seen his name on any of the lists. He's also incredibly handsome which helps. This is how a DB suit should look. Perfectly tailored but looks as comfortable as if it was an old leather jacket. The tie sitting between the lapels is a distinctive personal touch. Even though the button down breaks the rules he gets away with it because of the strength of the overall look. Gianni Agnelli used to affect the same combo but he'd leave the button down unbuttoned. Really it hard to find anything to criticise about about his appearance.