This is perfection. The color pairing is sumptuous, the cut is beautiful, and the stance his strong. It is so crisp and clean and there’s not a wrinkle anywhere. I feel like everything is on edge because it is so perfect, it has to be ruined or mussed up sometime. However, it is fabulous. I am particularly taken with this gentleman.
Very nice choices here. I love the bright navy blazer with the orange creamsicle colored tie (very summery). My only objection is the fit of his blazer. Shoulders appear fine, but the waist and sleeves are too taken in. It is so tight that it looks like the blazer is actually propping this man up!
Impressive, jacket hugs the shoulders instead of the typical American look of appearing to wear your father’s jacket, sleeve length shows just the right amount of cuff, break in the pants is not exagerrated, and the length of the jacket is appropriate for his stature. (is this the thom browne effect or just good tailoring, maybe one and the same.)
this guy has really got it together. i hope you’ll look for him again to see if he can do that twice. amazing. the color is strong…but the fit is impeccable. very sharp. i also wonder if he is as fussy about everything else in his life.
His tailoring is exquisite, no doubt. He has completely mastered the conservatively tailored suit. A French cuffed shirt? Of course not!
I can see why he chose to match his tie and shoes but at the same time I wish he’d gone in another direction. Maybe a purple paisley or a lime green polka dot. I think he could have gone there without losing his dignity or seriousness.
Hm.. Yes, the cut is all-around amazing! And yes, I quite like the upper part of his outfit. But are his trousers black? It seems like it, and I don’t really like the idea of combining dark blue and black…
the pants are definitely not black. and this man certainly doesn’t need a red wall behind him to look fantastic, and it doesn’t take away from his look, it just accentuates the color choices. also, the tie length issue. obviously this man knows what he’s doing. there is no way that he didn’t notice the length of his tie- so clearly it is a choice on his part. you may not like it, but you can’t fault him for a mistake in that regard.