a hippy-meets-trad-feel â€“ anyway, he looks great.
1 pointer to keep in mind though, from ex-model turned singer-songwriter jim white: hook that jacket, bag or whatever on your thumb, so you don’t get ‘the ugly claw’…
Oh jeez. See, men’s “casual” in Canada means “excessively baggy cargo shorts and sports-logo t-shirt with shoulder seams half-way down the arm, with baseball cap.”
Men’s “casual” in Milan means style, fit, COLOUR, and accessories!!! I am SO digging the men’s Milanese shots. I mean, look at those delicate bracelets …. which offsets, as opposed to contradicts, his masculinity.
Besides the fact that he looks good and creative, he also seems to have some kind of softness, a caring look into his eyes: the one thing that separates the macho from the masculine man youâ€™d trust with your inner self. Very interesting picture, wonderfully shot.
Casual friday isn’t quite the right word when describing Italian style. Ok, maybe it’s not quite as done up as usual, but for most people in North America this would not be considered ‘casual’. I would love if even this was considered everyday wear for North American men, they should take a page out of this man’s book. I also like how Italian men can pull of the unshaven look while still looking sophisticated, like this man.
He has poise beauty and effortless style only a Gentleman never wears jewelry. An old outdated tradition I hear you say. Check out Prince William a modern Gentleman displaying no watch not even a wedding ring. Put it away chaps!
Sometimes this site shows the ridiculous. Sometimes the people wear attention getting outfits that look nothing more than “I paid a lot for this and I know it looks bad, but look at me anyway”. Not so with this gentleman. This look is perfect in every way. Bravo!
“all the clothes iâ€™m wearing in the picture are from a vintage market ” said Alessandro LOLOLOLOL very good answer to those who only thinks in labels and expensive shops! Congratulationslessandro & didn’ got angry to what I wrote ! For me” less is more” as use to say Mies van der Rohe. take it easy ALESS