hey scott, i always love every pic you post from the pitti. every image has something special… but why do you post so little amount of pics from florence, when there is so much inspiration!! hope to see more and keep up the great work! ciao
Ah! Such a good way of improving your day :) I love the material of the blazer and the detail of the slim jeans plus the socks! His wrinkles around the mouth are just lovely. Keep up with the good work!
This really struck a cord with me. I like the Fashion forward Trad mix going on with this guy. Jeans and solid shoes topped by a modern cut jacket, shirt, tie combo. Thin multi stripe socks instead of argyles keeps a slight edge.
As a young woman I love seeing a man whose clothing choices reflect a sense of respect for one's self, a feeling of comfort, and masculinity without egotism. I also enjoy those respective qualities in a woman (insert feminine, though).
In a world where gender, sexuality, and identity know longer have the cut-and-dry boundaries of Old, I recognize my desire for gender-specific qualities may be outdated. But, I can't help but feel that way! It's biology! Just as some adore the gender-bending (which I can totally respect), I also adore a manly man. To conclude my ideas on this photo: Yum.
Very well done. I don't know where to start complimenting him since I like everything here. I would probably adjust his pocket square a bit. Not because it needs it but because I want to touch something of his.
Those who say/think that a jacket (sport jacket, as it is described in the US )and jeans is a big NO, are absolutely wrong. Perhaps is because their lack of imagination in dressing limits their eyes. As per the look being " affected", that it to go even further. The man looks sophisticated in the most elegant of ways. No pretension, yet lots of creativity. Absolutely chic.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ VERY NICE ! ( except the black bag…Which is too much ,according to me with this outfit, and on that photo ) KISS ! ======================================================
for me he is so perfectly put together. slim fit on jacket, striped socks and pocket square give him style. easy smile. great color of shoe. black tie black stripe in sock works w/out looking matchy. great look!
Good outfit!!… love the rolled jeans, makes the Shoese stand out… By the way they look like Santoni shoese to me, nice, and the blazer the cut, with the flower, thas gotta be Tonello, Just awesome, love Tonello Blazers!… Good photo!
He is wearing the clothes and the clothes not wearing him. He looks absolutely comfortable with his style. It's basic and yet stylish. That's how it should be. He's a man with a great taste and a beautiful eye for details. The socks are superb. I wish, men would wear more colorful/striped/dotted socks, even with a formal outfit. It's always a great stylish detail (the italians and brits know what I'm talking about). Great outfit. Thanks for the photo.
The SOCKS (and perhaps the button on the lapel) are what set this apart! Details… Otherwise a relatively standard, yet classic and appropriate look. Oh, the relaxed top button gives it a confident/masculine edge…
It's a sad commentary on the relative dearth of well-dressed men that a shot this ordinary garners so much praise. Yes, he looks fine, but that's all. I like his face and manner (i.e., the man himself) better than anything he's wearing. And I'm mystified by all the rave reviews.
This would look boring, uncoordinated, awkward, slipshod & busy on me but it works for him…I think his ruggedness makes it, & the sense of comfort in himself…I'm not envious of the look & I'm not sure it's right but I'm envious / appreciative of his ability to make it work & look right.
His jacket is a sportcoat, or just a jacket; it's not a blazer. A blazer is a blue jacket with brass buttons. In fact, it's the only men's jacket that takes brass buttons. Anything which is not blue and has buttons which are not brass is not a blazer; it's a sportcoat. The one exception is the blazer given to golfers who win the Masters', which is green, and its older cousin, the dark green blazer worn by alumni of Dartmouth College.
love. I especially love the little accents here and there, red button, yellow on the black binder, great socks. He takes something ordinary and puts a little flair to make you look twice. Goes great with his curly hair. Love.
Hmmm… I thought jeans with a sport coat was perfectly acceptable; we’ve been doing it for years – don’t understand the commenters who think it’s so wrong. I think the balance between the two is possibly the most perfect thing the fashion world has ever come up with. The jeans tone down the jacket and the jacket dresses up the jeans. Voila! What more could you want?
Just a thought, but it strikes me that a more rugged shoe might have been a better choice – maybe it’s just me. Thanks!