fantastic! I love it. I'd like to ask you a question because it has so much experience in this fashion. Is it possible for someone with curves to become known for its style and is also necessary to have a perfect body? Thank you very much for your blog, I'm a big fan. ***
I use this look sans the pocket square simply because of the weather. I would say that it works, but not sure I would try it. I like that he is wearing it with a cotton jacket, which is also very casual. Jorge from WPB
I agree with everyone, great look. My question is about the material of the pants? I think what pulls this off is the slim, lean cut of everything on a lean, undoubtedly somewhat tall man. Good materials of course don't hurt.
Excited and delighted to see this elegant dresser wearing the official 46664 Bangle on his wrist! Yes, this man is gorgeous, has style, AND he cares about making a difference. Thank you for your support!
I think what makes the pocket square work so well is the relaxed pattern. The first thing that caught my eye though was the bracelets. The bracelets are incredibly eclectic, but look great together with the rest of the outfit.
it's because the guy's got swagger. – nice colour combination too, it's unexpectedly simple and nice, without being boring – the grey t-shirt does it all, any other colour wouldn't be as chic. bisous moiquisuis.blogspot.com
This outfit is beautifully and thoughtfully put together, well-made, elegant clothes, lovely colour palette etc but what makes it for me is this guys attitude. He seems so relaxed, nonchalant and confident in what he is wearing. If more men, no scrap that, more people could wear there clothes in such a sure-of-themselves way then no one would have a problem being stylish. It is so true that no matter how chic or how trashy ones clothes are, true style is an innate thing that some people possess and some people just don't.
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Perfect outfit for a yacht or summer city engagement. I myself would make it a little more edgy with urban style t-shirt under the blazer and vintage jeans with loafers. I love Urban Tees. This look is still official nonetheless. Keep them coming.
It is all about the bracelets. The flower looks like it could be silver from Taxco. Vintage. However, i always judge a man by his shoes. I bet he's wearing some really good brogues without socks or some faded espadrilles.
White pants are the rage right now, including white jeans.
But how to wear them without revealing your briefs or more? Thre's always that contrast between flesh and white.
I do wear a lot of white, different fit pants,(work permits), but, to avoid brief lines and visible extra layer of fabric underneath, i do wear cod piece or male G-string in light gray – it works better – white sometimes gives more contrast look, in fine jersey, and this works well in hot weather above 27C, and helps to avoid embarassment going "commando", when you wear tight low cut jeans… – you always are in great shape, and look sharp… Hope it helps best ag
Ah I was just about to say! When one thinks of a pokcet square and a t-shirt it all seems kidn of wrong, yet this gentleman looks perfect and teh whole idea of this pocket square looks like the most natural thing. Must be the color scheme and fabric coordination. Bravo!
This look and man is gorgeous! I worked in a high end menÂ´s clothing store here in Norway for 12 years, and there is nothing like men in good clothes. I love the leather flower bracelet! I am imagining that it belongs to his beautiful Italian wife that had it holding her hair -but took it out for him and gave it to him to "hold".
Totally perfect semi-casual wear! I love that pocket handkerchief, but also those bracelets…I don't normally think men should wear more than a watch on their wrist, but this guy has carried it off, but I suspect he could walk down the street in menswear from the late 17th century all beribboned silk finery and look the epitome of masculinity.
The MAN looks great, and I do really admire and respect the balance he keeps between masculinity and feminity of particular elements of his outfit: the braclet with flower'y element, the delicate colours of T-shirt, jacket, trousers and almost feminine pattern of pocket – square. All these with his beard, male- face still stays in frame. Chapeu bas!
This is a great look, he successfully pulls off the tee. I also love how the pattern on his pocket square almost mimics the colour and design of the buttons on his jacket sleeves. Little things like that put a smile on my face.
I agree about the pocket square, but what caught my eye the most was the gray color. I would never have paired cream, white and gray together, but somehow this look proves me wrong. What a sophisticated combination.
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and yes, a pocket square is a great idea and could be a great look with a t-shirt………..just not that pocket square !……it looks like the top of a leaflet or a ticket to a football match sticking out of his pocket………..a plain white/off white pocket square wouldve worked better in my opinion
still, overall its a beautiful look that makes me want to move to warmer climes