Wonderful posture, and great photograph! I hope this young man sees your picture and has the chance to save it somewhere! I like the outfit, very classic. Even though I usually like the lapel edges of the jacket to echo the incline of the overcoat, I quite like this in contrasting colors- having a navy/black overcoat makes much more sense than a camel color one. Jorge from W Palm Beach
He looks so well-dressed and as Jorge from WPB notes, his excellent posture enhances his clothes. I’m loving the Italian pants narrow cut with a deep cuff. I think the only place you can learn to shine shoes as well as his is Military Academy. I could fall in love with a man who wears beautiful shoes like that…
This shot and this man are so wonderful I can smell it. I can smell the trees behind him and the wet asphalt and the damp in the air, and 5 steps closer to this man and I can smell a bar of (really, really wonderful) soap and espresso.
Just how do you manage it, Scott? It only looks like a photo on my computer monitor, but it is really time travel… can’t get enough!
I am going to listen to Italian opera the rest of the day.
I love it when a man can wear a splash of yellow. It gives his look a dimension and depth that the the light blue on its own could not have achieved. The cut of the coat, as well, works well his figure. Stunning, really.
Yup, indeed simply flawless outfit. Even the men in the backgound seem quite dandy as well, but our dbreasted coat wearer here is unmatched. Men in shots like these are such inspiration to me..yet again,kudos sart! Another great one
Very well!! I know this man. I met him in a Sartoria in Verona. I am happy to notice that his style is appreciate from this blog, this notice that my smell is still goodâ€¦ â€śTommaso have a good sense of nasoâ€ť! Ha!Ha!
What an incredibly stylish gentleman, but doesn’t look like he’s tried too hard, with a touch of warmth/humour (with the touch of yellow), so we know he doesn’t take himself too seriously (but serious enough to polish his shoes so beautifully).
I am head over heels with this photo. He is amazing; every detail has been considered.
The shoe color is perfect and better than black. I’m a woman and I have recently added two booties to my shoe collection in this color: patent Reiss stiletto ankle booties and antiqued platform Max Studio oxfords. The stilettos even look great with black tights. That tiny bit of color makes a huge difference.
This man *really* knows how to use color to accent classic neutrals.
I use to wear a similar double-breasted top coat, in gray. It is an elegant look. However, in cold winter weather, the fact that the top “functional” button is only at stomach level is a problem. I wore mine with two scarves for adequate weather protection. Today I wear a more practical single-breasted top coat.