Top pick, top choice by far! Absolute Perfection!
Classic: Wayfarers, blue blazer, white shirt
Simple: clean, black, oxford shoes
Accessories: too many to list, they’re everywhere and all good
Incredibly interesting, well-rounded chap, a win for individualism through sartorial expression. Just a sublime example of all the elements of fashion at work, mingling harmoniously. WOW. Thank you, Mr. Schuman! One of your best.
I don’t like loudly patterned trousers much in & of themselves, but I’m digging these photos. The shoe/pants combinations are the key, I think. The shoes in each ensemble somehow highlight what’s best about each pair of trousers–the old-school dandy-ness of the first, the vibrance of the second, and laid-back summer groove of the third.
My dad had some Lilly Pulitzer jeans that he used to wear at Lake Whitney and they were blue and green. So gorgeous. Texas men are unfashionable, generally, so it’s sometime not difficult to have them wear something a little edgy, since they don’t know better! Sometimes it’s like putting a costume on your dog. LOL.
The baby blue sneakers complement the multi color window pane trousers. The soft white ankle socks accent the flow of colors leading to the white tops. And the big round watch is a perfect counterpoint to all those squares and rectangles.
I love how styles like this are a European thing. If you did that in the US it would definitly be reserved for places like NYC and San Francisco. If not, a guy would probably called gay if he did it anywere else in the US….. Sad isnt it, I think there so stylish :)
These cuffs are making me laugh only because I had a conversation this summer with a girlfriend who wouldn’t let her husband buy a cuffed suit. I know his cuffs probably looked slightly different from these. But if cuffs come back, she’s going to have to eat her words.
I really like the colorful pants in the last picture.
Where can I find and buy pants like on the second photo?
I had nearly the same patterned pants, but they got ripped. I bought them 10 years ago at a Go-Sport shop in France.
I think that style is known as “paisley pants”?