I'm drawn to this shot. Got to love the classic shades and the seersucker bow tie. I say that is along with his playful and edgy look that put's a spin on seersucker. Overall it is your subject swagg that puts the 'new spin on seersucker'
This might be my favorite photo I've seen on your site! It makes me believe that this man has a keen attention to detail and a calm, collected personality- someone I'd want to be around. Everything seems so perfect for him- the glasses, suit, tie, facial hair, hair cut. great shot!
via a personal experience. I had my tailor make alterations on a seersucker suit amongst other items. She always saves the extra fabric for me. I happened to stumble across extra seersucker fabric via the pants she recut. It made an excellent pocket square. 'recycle – save the fabric'
The glasses are Ray-Bans, back in fashion, now they come and many colors, mine are red. Love the picture of the guy. But, his style is fussy, waxing mustache and hair, knotting a tie…I would love the suit and tie if his face a do were more relaxed.
I love the look, and wish I could find items like that is Seoul readily, I don't see the "new spin" angle. Blue seersucker suit's a classic. Seersucker bowtie with seersucker suit – nothing new. Is it just that he has a beard and mustache that makes it new?
There's something wonderfully "off" about the suit & tie combination–it's classic, but I keep for the tie to spin around or something. (Must be the funky optical effect the stripes create.) Dig the teensy handlebar 'stache, too.
no reflection of yourself in the lenses… classy. also, so fastidiously groomed, and that little twirl on the ends… such a touch of personal, stylish whimsy. as always, your eye to detail astounds. thank you!
I love his look in this photo. And after looking at other photos I see his style as classic yet still forward and edgy–especially more so because of his age, (as much as it pains me to say this). Maybe–just maybe his sunglasses here are a little too small for his face, being the style that they are.
a little too much going on. reminds me of the saying – once you've finished dressing, before you leave the house, remove at least one piece from your ensemble. in his case, maybe 2. that said, he would certainly make me smile on the street.
This guy is ALL STYLE. Not relying on his GOOD LOOKS at all. He thought this outfit out, it's crisp and clean and screams SUMMER. He looks masculine. The little curls at the end of his 'stash and the metallic details on his sunglasses – it's all so symmetrical. I love this outfit and his photo!
Maybe not a Moscot Lemtosh, but definitely a Tart Arnel copy (or maybe even original). This is the style favored by such great Sarts as Misters Depp and Dean. But my favorite element is the straight bowtie, very Mr. Browne…
Just a heads up on the glasses. These glasses are by a company called Tart the style is called Arnell. They are made in America circa 1950. However its very hard to find an originally made Tart Arnell. They were remade in the 90's by Tart and we have about 10 at A. Kinney Court in Venice. But we don't have it in black. And its not exactly what Johnny Depp wore because he has the original.
Many companies have copied this frame, and only a few have copied verbatim minus the quality. But just so you all know, There is no mistaking that this is a Tart Arnell frame, no doubt about it.
And lastly, if your in the know enough to read the Sartorialist or hip enough, then get over these glasses. This style is late at this point. Beautiful, but mainstream now.
Handsome guy with a fearless sense of style. The mustache and meticulous beard are a tad precious for my personal taste and distract from those gorgeous dimples, but who the hell am I? Rock on Mr. Wooster.