This is a great jacket (sport coat), with lines perfectly matched, and it works very well with the jeans. the blue of the scarf and of the beanie hat is great. I would not wear this silhouette with a khaki anorak, though. It reminds me too much of the Lech WaĹ‚Ä™sa 1980 look!
You could skip the down jacket as well as the suit jacket. I think that is why this outfit works so well. None of the items seems misplaced. Both Jackets express a similar or related attitude which makes this look being a statement. This guy rocks. Like it.
He's the best of the older, got to watch it here I'm over 50, gentleman so far this week. He is so well put together. Love the hat and scarf, the broken in but very stylish jeans, the outer jacket is wonderful and then POW! The incredible blazer underneath. He is very sexy and all man. Love him! Seeing more aviator style sunglasses then ever these days, they look really good on many different faces. I might also add he is quite slender, making him all the more good looking. I usually don't comment on someone's body weight but its quite obvious this man takes really good care of himself.
I do not know why this is posted. The cut of the grey blazer with the jacket over makes him look more homeless then well dressed. I do like the bubble jacket but I do not like the epaulets. The glasses are awful.
If this is style my fellow men here in The Netherlands just got a whole lot more stylish! Wearing an outer jacket that is shorter than what's underneath is a big no-no. Now, if he'd worn a cashmere sweater in the same gray as the blazer it'd have been a great and stylish combination.
Oh dear, oh dear. He's obviously old enough to know better. The overcoat should never be shorter than the jacket. There must be shorter, bum-freezer style coats out there that would layer under the green thing if you really had to.