This geezer has noted the peacoat trend for quite awhile now. And this one marches to a different drummer. Rata-tat-tat!! And how many times have i said I like hats? Well, I have to bring it up again because hats can be da bomb when a gent adds his own savior faire. Cock it, crunch it, you know what I mean? The hem of the pants give the entire get up a different proportion. Bohemian chic is my cup of tea anyway.
Boss coat action going on! The marled dark grey works well with the brown (I thik the grey has a bluish cast). GREEEEAAAT shoes and hat!!! Very competent look. MAkes you wonder what stylish torso-wear lurks underneath his coat (could it be a SUIT?). Great aspect on this shot, Sart (this subject pops off the frame).
This has been an interesting week so far. As for me Scott, you have really pushed your followers to see beauty in it's totality rather than just a striking face or the hottest outfit, or the best hair etc… This gentleman is a bit off kilter. His pants are too short, which should put most people off the mark right away. You have pushed us to really look at this man. So his pants are too short! Look at his entire outfit, the condition of his shoes (perfectly kept), his proud stance. I like him, he's great.
Oh where to start! The short pants to show off the beautiful shoes, the unbuttoned bottom button on the coat, the way the collar of the coat frames the collar of the shirt, the dapper hat, the glasses! And the expression on this handsome face. No, you can't show too many well dressed men for this follower, Sart, you simply can't!
Did you ask this gentleman to button up completely, Mr. Schuman? Not sure about that part. Makes his appearance a bit stern…in contrast to the, er, 'jaunty' length of his trousers. I absolutely love all the hats that I keep seeing!
I have always enjoyed the metro trip to the Clignancourt Puces because you can see what ordinary Parisians wear and how they live. And let's be honest, if most of us lived in Paris, it would be one of these neighborhoods. I love the shoes and the slightly short pants- I take it Europeans, because they walk more, wear their pants a bit shorter so they dont get wet and/or dirty from the streets? Jorge from WPB
Interesting to see the short trousers have finally become the fashion in Paris. For a long time, I thought that they would never become fashionable outside the UK/US – unless this man really is an expat or a visitor?
I love everything about this look, especially the cuff and length of the trousers. Their length highlights the beauty and contrasting color of the shoes. The coat is wonderful. There is an Elvis Costello vibe, most definitely.
He's so quirky. I'm imagining this to have been taken around the vicinity of Pere Lachaise, near Place Gambetta, although there's no concrete reason to think this. He has something of Stanley Tucci about him. I love that his coat is buttoned all the way up. A serious dude, with his too-short corduroy pants and beautiful shoes. They look like Lobbs. And the hat to complete the look. Great photo.
Proper shoes, storm derbys, well looked after,they look so cool with the hat. The dude wears them boldly. Have you any idea how hard it is to get the Hat/Glasses combo just right? This guy rocks. Mr Tweed