Very, very nice indeed. I love this look! Wonderful photo, Sart. I love this young gentleman’s pinstriped suit, the black turtleneck, glasses, cigarette, stubble. I bet he gets lots of chicks. I hope I look this cool at his age.
If you look closely, you can see the outline of his coller beneath the turtleneck. The collar seems to be very close to his chest, almost flat against it, underneath his neck. That is possibly how he does it.
He manages well in hiding his neck.What I donÂ´t like is the striped jacket and the white sleeve of his undershirt popping out. A jacket of some other color and material would be, in my opinion, better.
I think he didn`t execute it so well… one can see the shirt through his turtleneck… very not good looking to my opinion… his turtleneck is too thin or his shirt too thick. Wearing a shirt with no collar is also a better alternative.
The look is highly polished and he is a very well dressed man in my opinion. The cut of the suit is well tailored. On the other hand, I believe he might be wearing a sleeve-less turtleneck–which in by itself is a hard find. The “dickie cuff” is prevalent in women’s design, but not so much or non existent in men’s fashion. I think the execution of the collar underneath the turtleneck deserves fashion points, though he should’ve attempted a much taller collar and popped it up to perfect the look he was trying to achieve. Perhaps a dress shirt from Dolce & Gabbana?
i’m sorry not to agree with a couple of friends here,but the guy on the back of this image looks just like an un-elegant guy following the Dolce&Gabbana wanna be trend(that in italy is just worn by insicure) , that every italian know it’s taky and uncool, especially if the jeans are not slimmer or if you where leaving around 1955-60 in the usa.
Back then,when television was beginning and poople had less chanche to confront themselves with others, could have been cool. Now please you have no excuses
Why is no one touching on the fact that regardless of how he does or doesnt pull this look off, it must be hot as the dickens inside that outfit. Sweaty and uncomfortable = not attractive no matter “how you pull it off” its just not worth it to yourself…
Out of curiosity, what is your opinion of a turtleneck with a suit or jacket? I think it’s a very stylish look, but People seem to feel strongly both for and against. (I’ll keep wearing that combo regardless, but I’m interested to know what such a sartorially in-tune crowd thinks.)
don’t really like this look. the suit is nice, well tailored, but when combined with the turtleneck i am reminded of chess king or a 90′s mock turtle ensemble. i suspect the outfit looks better in person. also, the layering seems a but impractical/contrived.