The master of pattern. That scarf and suit are fantastic together, the shirt and tie work perfectly with the rest. The pocket square is beautiful and it really lightens the mood of the outfit (try covering it with your finger). It’s a great look with or without the square, but definitely different. I wonder if the sweater is a vest- there’s no bulkiness to speak of under the jacket? I just love the patterns, not to mention the fit of everything. Mr Pinquet definitely has it right. Thank you.
This is what I love about Paris. The traditional patterns cut in a modern way with scarf as a twist. Everyone there seems to understand this. They all truly understand the importance of ‘fit’. One day my fellow Canadians with start to understand this…
Great suit, nice texture great lines, perfect fit. I dig the scarf, nice touch. I am not a big hanky fan, but to each his own. Also, his choice of neckwear and shirt (from what I can see from the cuff) is impeccable. I woonder what his shoes look like? Ankle-high leather boots or suede oxfords? Fantastic country/casual urban look. What hat would look good with this outfit? What kind of overcoat would you wear with this outfit? Oil-finished Barbour?
He looks amazing. If I were him, I’d frame this photo and give it to friends and family–a PERFECT portrait. I love his beautiful, understated clothes, the greys and greens and blues, and his expression.
Kate G., the pocket square is lace, or a lace-trimmed handkerchief. I have to save images to my hard drive in order to blow them up enough to see details like that. Sart, I’m a bit surprised you didn’t respond to anonymous 9:46 A.M. who said “…what makes this so interesting…people don’t question the well-dressed photos…”. I thought we had addressed what made this outfit interesting- mainly that he’s used no fewer than six distnct textures and patterns that work beautifully together in scale and in juxtaposition to one another. The only thing I can think of that would have made his task more difficult would be if it involved a broader palette.
My GOD but it’s wonderful to receive dispatches from a world where “Joe six-pack” and his baseball hat wearing cronies don’t rule the waves. I’ll bet this casually natty fellow never ate a brat while wearing a team sweat shirt in his life. Gorgeous!
This is perfection to me : a really nice choice of colours and patterns, the greatest relaxed attitude in a rather formal suit and… THAT scarf! I assume Charvet is where one might get one like that, and I think that’s exactly where I’ll be heading on this lovely and sunny saturday morning here in Paris !
Thank you Scott for this amazing photo, so effortlessly elegant…