I think all the subtle detail just makes this look. Like the popped collar with the scarf around it and of course the way the belt is tied in the back. Very innovative ways to jazz up an outfit without having to do much. LOVE LOVE LOVE.
This is one of the best menswear looks you have posted in a long time. I am absolutely in love with the entire asethetic. Especially love the pants (something that could easily be overshadowed by the more detailed top). They are skinny without being tight and short without being obsence. Beautiful!
I LOVE the fact that this was done by a man. From the beginning, that he thought to tie his trench in this fashion with a clear vision of how the rest of the coat would fold, to the end in that he carries it off so well. And to top it off, the sunlight in this photograph is beautiful. Don’t you love the idea of natural light? It makes capturing an image much more exciting, it’s a gamble, and something that cannot be recreated.
Looks wonderful – although I guess I might be the only one not liking the white shoes. It makes “visual sense” in that it gives the whole outfit punch but for me it doesn’t “feel” right because trench coats make me think of cool (and may wet) weather which is the opposite of white shoe weather.
caught in the noreastern, i found myself donned in a vintage, lemon yellow trench but feeling rather boring. then i remembered this photo and drew inspiration from it, using a hand-crafted silk scarf from prague. it’s really a wonderful look, bravo.