middle button done up so he’s coming correct and abiding the rules of the three button …. the shoes look like a pair of Santoni shoes i used to have … he’s a gentleman… i’d say architect with a part time passion for rare first editions and single malts !!
Perfect. I love this look, from the 3-button sport coat (w/ a 3/2.5 roll) and sweater, to the cuffed cords and suede shoes (chukkas?). Suede footwear, you should note, seems to be a recurring theme with well-dressed men. This is an excellent outfit. Well done.
I’m intrigued by his coat — (is it piped?) especially the length. as fond as I am of my full length topcoat, it’s become a hassle when getting in and out of the bucket seats in cars. If this is a “car coat” it’s one of the more unique I’ve seen. Any info?
The blue shirt is a nice touch. Interesting to have the cool blue as a contract to the warn browns. It looks like there’s blue in the plaid of the jacket as well. The really great fabrics seem to have an interplay of warm/cool colors in the pattern. Makes it flexible more when putting the outfit together.
i’m impressed by the fit of his shirt collar. i noticed his dress shirt collar inside a crew neck sweater (i’m not very down with outside the sweater), but the shirt fits pretty perfectly, so it works.
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmh, not too sure about the black overcoat, not to mention the plastic portfolio. That would not have been tolerated in Milan. However, I love the charmingly relaxed attitude of this gentleman.
didn’t notice his hairstyle at first but it’s really what finishes off this look imo. not to mention that smile… (the overcoat looks blue not black to me. and yes it does make a perfect combination with those shades of brown.) dashing!
Sartorial charm and sophistication in this gentleman’s attire. He has perfected casual layering with the sweater over the button-down shirt, the three-button blazer and the three-quarter-length overcoat. The slight crease in the cords draws my eye to those gorgeous suede shoes. Handsome.