Eh. I gotta say, I’m not impressed. He’s skinny, and his jacket is cut trim. But I’m not sure what makes it ‘perfectly cut’. In fact, the sleeves look like they’re too tight, bunching up the way they do.
now that you posted both photos I see where you are going! it’s amazing how you catch the same people multiple times! or do you just stalk them :) gives a great idea how to use the same piece effectively in multiple ways. great to keep in mind when traveling.
All this is a matterof taste, but I don’t really like the extra large buttons, and the extra, extra short length of the jacket and its sleeves. It looks like he outgrew it. It looked better in the first picture, I am guessing because of the dark trousers that tricked the eye, not letting the shortness of the jacket be so evident. I think this kind of extreme is the kind of look that you look back ten years from now and you go “what was I thinking?”
He is so cool! I spotted this guy some weeks ago in Milan and I could not get my eyes off his polished-yet-not-too-stiff outfit. Here again, he looks great. His style screams quality and good taste. I love it.
Perfect, absolutely perfect. Of course this kind of “just right” usually only happens when it’s done in a way or with a kind of cut that not everyone will find to be “perfect”. But he simply couldn’t have looked any better. Had I seen him on the street I’m afraid I might have stopped and stared and made a fool of myself. Gorgeous outfit. Just amazing.
I love all these photos of stylish people on the street, but I notice one trend: Big, bulky, bundled scarves! It’s getting to the point where I focus on that and get distracted in admiring the other garments worn! Well, it is still wintertime in this hemisphere…guess I just have the winter blues!
WOW. Love his curls more than his jacket but that nice too. Maybe he has grown a little bit out of the jacket or is that the fashion idea? I don’t know but I will go along with you on your taste. Love you sight.
The first look might seem inconspicuous in the workplace and on the street, which I think is usually appropriate for business hours. But I think the second look would really catch the eye and come across as sexy. This is a garment that seems to let him look appropriate for multiple occasions, and step from one role to another with ease. Very nice!
Sorry– this is you drinking a little of the Thom Browne Koolaid. He looks nice because he is very slim and has a charming look– but the blazer is unremarkable except in the fact that it looks a little too short and too small.
I love how this photo captures his elegant hands! They seem somewhat big on his slim frame, which has a strikingly masculine effect. At the same time, his hands seem to be well cared for–perhaps manicured?
I confess that I don’t know how menswear should fit, but I suspect this is someone who can make clothes work for him, even if they are not quite perfect. I would welcome a lesson in getting my imperfect wardrobe to look this great!
I would never say it to the man himself, but to you, Scott, I will say – except for the gucci invitation in his hand, he has the look of an underpaid prep school teacher who is still wearing the blazer he took with him to college. (Hand stitched lapels and functional sleeve buttons notwithstanding.)
It may be a fashion “trend”, it still doesn’t read “style” to me.
Funny, I thought the same thing as most readers witout seeing their comments. My two cents: Is is appropriate to show off the surgeons sleeves by unbottoning one cuff button? and boy does he have great hands….