I love how the whole gingham and the sport coat get along so well with his grey trousers. Has a somewhat transitional fall feel to it. Good job spotting him Sart. The only thing wrong with the look is the attempt at the unbuttoned casual feel. I usually like the unbuttoned imperfect look but I'm not feeling it on this man. His shirt looks too floppy.
Classic, simple style, yes, but I'm surprised that no one commented on the double-breasted jacket and the manner in which the open collar provides a perfect counterpoint to the peaks on the jacket. It is always interesting to me to note how a simple invocation of a little geometry achieves a heightened stylistic effect. Also, the color story here is one of understated elegance: silver, gray and a touch of white-all of which are amplified by the color of his hair and his eyes, two assets which astute dressers always seek to take advantage of.
He's lovely to look at, but that photo is not from the street, as someone already pointed out, this was taken at a fashion show. Apparently he's a well-known fashion editor, and although very lovely to look at, I miss your great finds, those people who aren't in the industry…
What I love about his style, that he combines classical and casual elements: double- breasted jacket: left open checked shirt: open cuffs, open collar light grey trousers… nice with dark blue jacket and the timeless silver watch
A colleague out of the Belgian office visited one day in a light grey suit and orange gingham shirt. Terrific combination. And, as only Europeans seem able to do, made the suit look relaxed and natural.
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