What a great-looking guy. Love the way he puts all of it together — rolled pants, terrific shoes, scarf, jacket, chunky watch — but the front of the pants I find odd and distracting. Maybe if that were the back of the pants!
The trousers are so soft and romantic of style but at the same time very modern and Dior Homme-ish. The structered jacket underlines the modern look, but the scarf gives the whole look a dandy feeling.
It's the jacket that ruins it for me. The trousers are quirky and the scarf lovely, but the shortish, boxy jacket and those fat lapels just don't work. And I'd love to see what the pants look like un-rolled…
I have this notion that great style allows us to see the individual first and then the clothes. This outfit keeps me away from the individual for far too long. Another example of the frame overpowering the picture.
I guess its time for men to stop dreesing like their grandpas and realize that we are heading to the future… lets start a trend… look at alexander mcqueen's show… thats what im talkin about we are still so close minded… there are modern buildings…modern technology i dont see modern fashion at all… im all bored ….he's not looking great hes not looking bad… hes just average…i couldnt be more honest
PROS: His face is so kind and so energizing, and his pose is so natural. And the jacket is quite nice– wonder if it's vintage Gaultier???
CONS: The pants are not very flattering: Those pleats are terrible, and draping over the wrong area (or maybe that's the idea?); would be better on a woman… the huge cuffs are very 80s and best left there.