I work in hospitality and this is a great way to wear a tie and not have it falling in a customers latte without placing my tip clip too low or wearing a vest. But as the phrase ‘military tie tuck’ suggests, unless there is a more practical excuse, use a tie clip.
Love the jeans, shoes and shirt/tie combo. The color of the jacket could have been either a bright one (red, green etc) or silver/gray – beige just does not look good with black & white…and yes ,the tie tuck in is military inspired.
The military style of the jacket goes well with the tucked tie (pre-Vietnam-Era US uniform regs allowed soldiers to tuck their tie for field exercises) but something about the rise of the pants or the length of the shirt is throwing the look off. I feel like there’s too big a gap between his tie and his trousers maybe? I would have tucked it one button lower, but then I’m short so that’s not really a problem I would encounter.