Don't see much of this in US. Very common in Italy. Last time I was in Rome I saw a bunch Middle School kids on a field trip and several of the boys walked like this while talking, it was adorable. Anyway…love the colors on the taller gent. What a great way to wear a t-shirt. As for the other man, to me, his outfit says "I am a fashion writer leaving a fashion show." He's also wearing my least favorite color pants, nice haircut and facial hair grooming though.
It is a shame that men in America do not show more affection to one another. The immediate idea isÂ -"gay". But there was time when it was just affection, not sexual. Even manly Scotts used to walk arm in arm. One of my favorite old Scottish professors used to take strolls with his students, locked arm in arm.
I think he popped his button ;>) I like the combination of the roll pants and ankle socks with oxfords. The more I study his pants I think he has suspenders on. He could'nt possibly keep those pants up with out some added support. I really like the way he shows alot of character with his hairsyle, glasses, well groomed facial hair,and his shirt buttoned up. I like the other guys total look!
The rolled pantlegs are everywhere this summer, except of course, for here in London, Ontario. I really like the look on guys as long as the pants are narrow enough. It does look like the pants on the guy on the right don't fit well at the waist, but I love the colour.
I love that they are comfortable enough to show this type of affection. Anyway the guy on the right looks really well put together,His pant are such a nice colour and the rolled pants are just great. I Love A Navy Blazer!!!
I photographed the man on the right also and the top button was supposed to be like that and he was keeping them up with braces which you can't see here. It's a shame also you cant see the detail of the wallet he is holding which was patent red skin of some kind, which went so well with the gold buttons of the Ralph lauren jacket.
No one wants to see ankles. Rolling your trousers is only acceptable when you have a legitimate risk of getting them wet or dirty. Buttoning the top button of a shirt without a tie is too nerdy for most nerds.
How funny! I saw & shot this guy, too! I shot him for you, because I thought, that is so a Scott shot. Was going to send it to you & a minute later that's when I met & shot you. I sent you the shots, did you receive them yet? (you might be a bit busy ; )
I don’t think USA is alone in not having straight men walk arm in arm! It’s not common in the UK at all – in fact I live here and I never see it (apart from on Saturday nights when one guy helps another to stand up after a few pints!) In Italy sure, but we’re not all going to become Mediterranean overnight. And it would be so self-conscious if every country mimicked Italian ways. We are, culturally, what we are.