Looks like one of those work shirts one picks up from the thrift stores or the Army/Navy surplus place… EXCEPT. The shoulders are perfectly turned, the sleeves fit just so, and the placket is sewn diagonally to the edge of the shirt. It is perhaps by one of those Japanese designers that are inspired by early 20th Century work clothes? I love this, the closest think I own is a vintage LLBean overshirt, which I cherish! Jorge from W Palm Beach
he’s back and he’s STILL gorgeous with great style. love the flat front, the monochromatic color scheme with a brighter green to pop it around his neck. and even though i sound like i love all the effort, he makes it look effortless which is what we all want right?
Ascots for the people! The last time we saw Robert here he wore an ascot as part of a more traditional ensemble but it’s certainly not traditoinal with this one. I love it-I like surprizes! It’s interesting how seeing this second look really makes me love the concept whereas upon seeing the first I just accepted it as nothing out of the ordinary. Of course now I’ll picture him in an ascot every day- and who knows?
Like the scarf. Like the glasses. The rest of the outfit, however, makes me think less of “workwear chic” and more “Maoist famine” and “Steel mills in every backyard to crush the Running Dogs of Western imperialism!”
Several comments about “years to come” , “when I’m older”, etc. I know when I first commented on him I said he looked older until I enlarged the photo, but he looks fairly young to me-clear skin, unlined face, etc. Age perceptions based on these photos are intersting and not, I think, always accurate. Anyway, Robert is rocking in my opinion.