OH he is just adorable. The sun is out, and he’s got an umbrella just in case. Look at his fantastic striped jacket. He’s just got a classic look with nothing to prove with his outfit, nothing self conscious about that look, and i think that’s why i love it.
I love this look, although by American standards the jacket sleeves would probably be too long and not allow for the shirt sleeve to show. I especially like the fabric of the jacket, which seems high-quality cotton or maybe silk? And yet another good example of a summer hat! Jorge from W Palm Beach
he’s glorious. he looks like a M A N. how bout that? i love his casual elegance with flair and still remaining very masculine. i like a dandy man, too, but this guy does it for me. his style makes him ageless, too.
This makes me grin! Here I am part of the crowd that loves this photo… I love it when older gents make that little extra effort. He not only looks great, but he looks as if he is really enjoying life! Wonderful!
I am a native Stockholmian, and no matter how often I’ve walked the streets of this city I’ve never even seen half as many well dressed or unique people as you’ve shot during your (two?) short visits to this town. You really have the ‘eye’ for this, and I think that’s one of the most impressing things about this blog.
I love the jacket and the care he takes in wearing his clothes. What really caught my eye is his impish expression. Wouldn’t you just love sharing a glass of wine, slice of cheese while he spins stories of his adventures.
Is it just me, or does this guy’s face look like Ted Koppel’s? I love how older people can pull off quirkiness in dress much better than younger people. It’s as if their age gives them a “pass card” in the style department. I like this outfit on him very much, and I especially like how all his accessories (tie, shoes, hat band) all match, tying the look together nicely.
These Stockholm photos make me feel so comfortable! I found the pool picture from L.A. the other day extremely unsettling–at that time I thought I was afraid to miss something. A little sunshine and moderate warmth don’t hurt, but this beautiful Scandinavian coolness reminds me of what ‘is me’ again. I’m simply not made for the heat, nor for the according fashion. Ouf, thanks for that!
To the native people from Stockholm: we Brazilians really believe in the existence of those gentlemen from the early Bergman’s movies, as well as their gemĂĽtliche houses: everything pointing to a love affair with the white and pastel colours and with the sunny days of summer.
So don’t tell us that gentlemen like this one are scarcely seen. Please, don’t take away my ilusions..
Reminds me of my dad a little, although he’d have baulked at the bold stripes. If his trousers were a tad shorter he’d have been trying for perfection. The fact they’re a little too long shows he’s not really trying (or caring?) too much and that’s what makes him cool. Love the way he looks like he’s indulging you by posing. He’s seen it all before. Great