What a fantastic looking mature man! As debated earlier this month, grey en brown looks fantastic. The only thing disturbing the picture a little is the simularity of the fabrics on jacket and coat… anyways fantastic look
Besides the intense gaze from the subject, I love the layering in this photo. I live in Chicago and layering heavy materials or jackets are a great way to stay warm without submitting to the all-in-one down blanket look. The sand-colored scarf is also a great accent to pull the outfit together with the pants.
The two jackets look to be different shades of the same fabric, beautiful. A little sloppy, the way the scarf sticks out of the bottom. I love these gorgeous older gentlemen shots you’ve been doing. I always had a thing for older guys, my husband reminds me of that every time I compliment him on his graying hair (haha). xo
So natural – Cascading fabrics – wicked gloves – woolens with cotton – I LOVE his coat – check out the lines / curves of the collar and the length is perfect – not preceded by his stunning blazer. He allows the 4-button blazer and dripping scarf to take centre stage. I just really hope he’s wearing a vintaged lace-up chocolate boot with this. Fantastico!
Here’s a man that seems very utilitarian and can’t be bothered with what fashion dictates. Sometimes he can’t be bothered with grooming either. Still, I think he knows that he likes good classic pieces and he’ll just stick to that. He’s messy here, but I’ve already forgiven him.
It looks so good having the darker grey jacket on the outside and the lighter grey on the inside. One buttoned and the other open, looks so good! The scarf looks great to the trousers. Like the details that is showing on the picture, the watch and glasses.
such great colors and textures. i hope i look like this in my later years. he appears to have taken on the world and survived through polish and trend to come out real and stylish. and i agree that those orange and beige bricks really accentuate his character and the tactile sense of this clothing.
I like seeing how people deal with the weather. Two coats. Why not? This man looks like a real intellectual, which is, happily, a popular look in Europe. I bet that I would not be bored passing an afternoon in a cafe with him. I bet he has things to say. On my screen, the pants look like a darker shade of the scarf. Sort of a beige segue to blues segue back to beige continuum.
All I want to do is iron his pants… he forgot to iron his pants. To me he looks uncomfortable, but I’m sure ‘he’ feels comfortable and most of all warm, which was probably his only intention. Its good that the coat, jacket and scarf have the same texture… its what gives him a good look I think :) Elizabeth.
Wow, this is fantastic in so many ways! I love the hair, the beard (which is hard to pull off), the glasses (beautiful shape, and classy rather than ironically nerdy), the scarf and two jackets layered on top of one another. It is classic and yet so original!
i love how this gentleman’s look balances carefully between constructed and derelict. His clothes are so well-cut and the tones work together beautifully, but there’s an element of the dishevelled which compliments his stubble and weathered expression- it’s captivating.
Magnificent! I think this is my new favorite color palette for the awkward season we have in Cambridge right now, pre-Spring.
I’ve been seeing criticism of the scarf ends and/or trouser. IMHO, this outfit works precisely because this heathered-wheat scarf extends past solid slate-tweed block of jacket and vest to the trouser, echoing their dark khaki tone.