I find it a pity age is ever commented on. The selection of colours emphasise his tanned skin well. Rather than think in terms of certain cuts, fits and colours belonging to age groups, i think we should think of how well the colours and fit suits the person’s shape, skin tone, and most of all, personal style!
this is a”preppy” assemble that exudes sophistication in its simplicity. It is not infantile or uniform like -the way many read this “style”-. Yeah, scandinavians have a sense for simple elegance. Please don’t embroid pineapples (or any other fruit plants or animals) in your pants …please.
Generally, yes. Always have trouble with the belt-buckle reveal; the eye is drawn to that which it shouldn’t be. And I’d ditch the low decolletage, which, with anything dressy makes the wearer look un-classy.
I love the details of the jacket (like the buttons and collar) and the overall nonchalance of his stature and his outfit, yet at the same time he looks put very put together. Also, I love his soft-but-not-pastel color palette. He doesn’t try to look younger than he is yet he looks very hip. Very debonair.
He looks so cool and relaxed – the kind of man to take you around the city for a walk, then lunch at an outdoor place in the warm late summer sunshine … So handsome too. Now I know why I like Swedish men so much!
Comments on comments… (guess I’m feeling fiesty today)
Butch – are you using the term “low decolletage” to refer to his unbuttoned shirt? pretentious much?
And why do so many people on this site play the game of trying to guess the brands? I feel like I’m back in my old deadhead days, when people would take pride in naming this tune in 3 notes. What does it matter if his shoes are TOD’s?