This is a nice example of a young man doing a modern take on an classic style. The suit gives us the feel of the fifties, without resorting to the cartoonish Thom Browne look. What where the pants like? I imagine they must have come down to the top of the shoe with the very subtlest break. It’s funny – an inch or two is all it takes to travel from gentleman to buffoon.
I hate using the word cute for a man, but this is a really cute suit, what with the double pockets and the soft, natural shoulders and all. Ack, I’m sorry, suit guy, you are so cute. This is not a bad thing.
I spent a while looking at this one but nothing caught my eye. After reading the comments, I’ve realized it’s the soft shoulders that make this slightly different. With that in mind, I want to say it’s a Paul Stuart suit, but I could easily be wrong.
Still, a shorter jacket sleeve and a slightly narrower body might have been nice.
wow! what a cute hunk. the face looks great, and i wish his suit was just a bit more tailored to show off his beautiful body (i’m assuming he has one). would like to see some cuff on the shirt. i think you should post a full frontal so we can see the pants! :-)
He’s very cute but dressed very drab. Too correct, safe. Well I guess that may be a good thing but in terms of style I would add a maroon color wool scarf and cognac colored leather gloves and he wouldn’t look that dull anymore actually hot!
He looks really, really good. And I’ve no quarrel about his personal style. I think diversity is very important anywhere–not everyone has the temperament or inclination to wear more fashion-forward clothing. Besides, I think he makes a good job of showing that a traditional American sack suit can still look relevant.
RE: “…not a hint of boring…” No – it SCREAMS boring. Goddd, that would even be acceptable here in Washington DC. Jacket is too large or not tailored well; no cuff showing; and he needs a haircut. Sorry…