Oh man, oh boy, oh man, oh boy… how do I express my innermost feelings about his blazer in a language void of alliterations or poetic rhyme… I would mug him for the blaz… no, it's been done. OMG OMG OM… no that's also been done. I fuc… nah, too crude.
Wow — the best thing about this guy is his HEAD. And he's set it off to perfection with his study in blues. Really, I can't get over the way his eyes and brows curve down at the sides… Why does that immediately read as worldliness, and a sense of humor? And that hairline! You go, boy. (But maybe wear your trousers a little longer.)
It was nice speaking with you yesterday in the bookshop. My child Gloria and my husband Angelo were very delighted by your book. Thank you so much for your signature and I wish a nice staying in Milan. Cristina
You can't have nice neat hair and a pressed shirt and then throw a wrinkled blazer and pants. Mess up the hair and untuck the shirt and open the blazer and maybe you have something. If not press your blazer and pants.
He's got a nice monochromatic thing going and blue is his color.
I do agree with the whole cuffed pants thing. Sometimes it works (on the beach) and sometimes it doesn't (everywhere else). Visually, it shortens a man's legs and I do believe that a tall man has always been in vogue. But some guys can pull it off.
It is always a matter of balance. The shirt and tie are pretty conservative. The blazer is not. The pocket square, a la sans-faĂ§on. Shoes and pants are conservative, but the pants are rolled-up. The vedict? Cool beyond description. Conservative enough for an office, but with a creative side that makes this gentleman here A WINNER in the style Grand Prix. Plus, he looks like a nice chap. thechukker.blogspot.com
I dig the look, the man is handsome. But the outline/cut of the figure is off. These pants should not be rolled, only tight pants should be rolled otherwise they end up looking like skater pants from 1995.
Guys and gals, the blazer with the patch pockets has to have a little crumple 'cause that's the look for a linen-blend garment. To submit it to an iron would be sinful. And further to the crime, whoever said the pocket square needs to go… No, I will not stand for such blasphemy! It needs to be pronounced and in yer face. Regardless of there being about a dozen ways of folding it.
Patrick Grant is the coolest man on Savile row . He is by far the smartest man in London, so if even he gets a grilling on the Sartorialist then ther is hope for all of us London types …….. Yes !!!! : – D
He outshines his clothes, but I still like the threads on him. How many really can make a db and tie combo look so casual and unaffected. If someone with lesser style wore this, it'd look terrible and contrived.