oh i love the guys outfit on the left! that loose blazer with the denim shirt. the perfect length trousers with the pleats. oh and those shoes… this is totally what i would like to be wearing right now!! really great. xx
I LOVE how Italian men can be so casual yet so stylish. I love the bag, the leather jacket, the scrunched up sleeves on the tweed coat and the cropped pants and leather shoes. Why can't American men follow suit??!!!?!?!???
I like what both men are wearing overall but I think the guy on the left looks just a little better. I like a relaxed look but there's something about the fit on guy-on-the-right that I think is a little off. Also, I'm not a fan of high-water trousers.
Guy-on-the-left is cool but gets points deducted for wearing a backwards baseball cap.
i love the proportions on the man on the right. one of the few times i've seen pants worn that far below the waist work so well. somehow even with the low waist and shorter hem he still looks so tall and lean. is it because the low waist creates a longer torso? is it his lack of socks? is it both?
in other news i love that leather jacket. perfection.
I'm sorry to say, I know that I'm light years behind, but the sockless thing in anything but loafers and mocs is kind of killing me. Also, hems these days are treading the dangerous boundary of becoming capri-pants.
For me fashion never works if it throws off the proportions of the body too much. The cropped pants look does two very bad things to men – it makes legs look too short and feet much too large. I'm sorry but those feet look like clown feet. Now the guy on the left is another story – my idea of perfect masuline dressing. You can tell he cares but he is not going overboard. I can't even imagine him in clam diggers.
Both of these gentlemen have their own fashion stories to tell. I love both outfits. Now, I am completely convinced that short pants "are in" if you will. Not sure about the sock-less dress shoe, but all together it works.
I do not understand this trend of men squeezing into clothes that are way too short/too small for them. They may be considered "fashionable" at the moment, but they are not flattering, nor are they stylish. Give me classic look over fashion anyday.
Guy on the left is Neff, who IS american. I hate caps but when you know there's awesome hair under it, you can probably let it slide. Also just realized how tall clam digger man is…knowing that Neff is over 6 feet.
makes me want to yank his trousers up a few inches. nice blazer, denim shirt, sunglasses, and potentially nice pants, but why do they need to be half-way down his ass? and unless he has unusually long toes..
the suede shoes are beautiful. there's something wonderful about a broken in pair of well made shoes. it's a narrow window between broken in and busted. this guy is right in that window. good on him and the shoe trees he no doubtedly has at home. *sP
My eyes were immediately drawn to the gent on the right. It's not an outfit I can pull off yet, but I really like the attitude it portrays. The pleats combined with the cropped length struck me as odd, initially, but it works for me. It's brilliant because he can actually lounge with his hands in his pockets and there's room in his pants for him to do that. It's a casual but but still chic.
The man on the right is obviously good looking, and his outfit has attitude, but I am really drawn to the man on the right. Beard shadow, wayfarers, shirt not quite tucked in but showing his belt, ankles. He looks like someone it would be fun to know :)
Oh, I'm dying heah. The short pants, the cool shoes, the great belt, the dangling watch, the shaved head. This is my ideal man in a most effortlessly cool outfit. Thank you. I will now go clear my head.
Many people have started to really like the look and feel of Linen Pants. They can provide the exact amount of coverage of any other pant, but feel so much better.
They are so much lighter than other pants,and they can really feel not only more comfortable but easier to wear. Anyone that lives in an area where the temperature gets really warm will love to wear this type of clothing.
Love the blue on blue, and the cropped pant legs..but the bag..uhoh. Men need to start showing love and attachment to their bag. As in hold it like it means something, not like its holding dead fish or dog poo from yesterday. Actually I'm perplexed and saddened by how few men carry bags with distinction, and Satorialist shows this overlook well. Many guys show a great sense of colour, shape, mixing contrasting patterns very creatively..but then you look at their bag…and it all falls down.