I wish I have his hair (smile). We can recognize the same fashion sunglasses than seen before, the Hermes touch as well with this incredible gold leather's color. I do love the execellent mix with patterns (jacket, shirt and tie). Viva Italia…
My first thought was mmm mmm…he is nice, and beautifully dressed–my 2nd thought was… not sure about the camel cardy. There is enough going on without it. I'd leave the belt though. It reflects the slight hint of ginger in his hair and beard.
I wonder what's the temperature outside – it doesn't seem to be cold out there… and the singor is so packed – a shirt, a cardigan and a jacket!…hmmm. for me, this nice genteleman is trying too hard… though the fabrics and the tailoring are undeniably de-luxe.
I think he can use a club collar shirt bacause he has a very masculine face (with beard, etc) ItÂ´s a mixture between man and baby I think a club collar shirt doesnÂ´t work if you have baby-face, it would be too much baby
The more you look at the picture, the more you realize there's so much going on with the checks on the jacket, the striped shirt and the polka dotted tie. And then in the midst of all that fabric, the metal buckle. It really shouldn't work but it just does.
He is very well put together. Love the little peak of Hermes there. I love everything but the hair, almost has a look out of the distant past like a dandy might have worn. But, all in all, he is sharp as a tack!
He is dressed nicely, but the tie color is too light for the jacket, the military tuck is useless when wearing a cardigan – the tie should be placed inside it. The belt with the designer logo is out of place in the setting and his pants need pressing.
Voice of dissent? The tiny collar and tiny (looking) tie throws the proportions off. Those would be a great way for a woman to playfully wear a shirt and tie (without the blazer) but on a man of his stature, it's not becoming.
I think his neck/shoulder structure is what makes the difference, he looks good because it's well proportioned. The color choice is immaculate, the caramel and gold of the belt make it stand out even more, but what makes it look so great is his hair color, it matches the color palette perfectly. I would've loved to see the shoes!
Pretty cool look. Actually dislike club collars but it works real well with a cardigan. Dig the blazer the most and the shades second. Two things I'm not into is that I feel like just one color should be taken away from this ensemble. Also, I've grown to dislike the Hermes belt because so many of the wrong people in LA wear it.
these pieces could so easily look ridiculous on a less confident man… but the perfection of his layering teamed with his stylish glasses and facial hair makes for a look that manages to be simultaneously quirky and conservative and extremely chic X
I love this colour combination for summer, the dark check on the jacket with the fresh muted blue and white striped shirt. The tie is slightly off white and so pulls in the colour of the camel sweater. The pants almost look silk? He looks great, pulled together and very uncasual which is such a switch for summer.
One of the most fashionable men I've ever seen, but then again he is Italian. It is true, that so few people can pull off the club collar look, and so effortlessly. I love how his beard and long hair juxtapose this very put together look. For me, it's all about the Polka-dot tie.
Scott glad you drew my attention to the Military tie tuck – that has solved a particular style conundrum I was faced with. Such stylistic nuance's are reason enough to read this blog or watch old movies! thanks scott.
What you wear is all about what you are, right?( or at least most of the time…) You might dress the way you feel comfortable and at ease with the choice of the colors, etc, and you don't really worry about what the other people say. On the other hand you choose everything and ways to dress thinking about what others would think of you. (I'm only mean in a positive way, don't get me wrong)So this gentleman to me fits in the latter type, at least this day. He calculated every single detail and surely he CAN do it.
This guy looks great; what a fantastic combo. I do wonder, though, is he comfortable? The jacket sleeve seems to be so tight that it hugs the shirt cuff, which produces a very sleek aesthetic appeal, but must make it so that the entire arm of the jacket is oppressively tight. That said, if I had an outfit that looked this good, but left something to be desired in the comfort department, I'd wear it as often as I could…
I agree, the military tie-tuck and the club collar look great on him. Unfortunately, the cardigan appears to be unbuttoned specifically to reveal the logo on the belt which, for me, ruins the look. It's if he's trying to prove something. Logos on clothes have always seemed tacky to me.
Love the combination of everything except the tie in the shirt while wearing a cardigan that should be buttoned to the near end. Its like he is trying to show off the belt. Beautiful as it is, it looks a little gauche. Great tailoring relected here.
the belt is gorgeous – would pull many a outfit together! we were @ a bar in sydney on the weekend & the waitress had that same belt on with simply black well cut pants & black collar shirt – she looked effortlessly great!
I love his look apart from having reservations about that buckle [it's a branding thing], but am more excited to be able to say where his glasses are from. They're Cutler and Gross, I bought a pair from Dover St Market, and I think they're a reissue of a vintage early 80's design.
You are soo right Scott. I didn't even notice the club collar until I read your caption. I also know that whenever I watch old movies with my mom and I see a guy with his tie tucked in (military tie-tuck)I always find it so hot!! To me, it just looks so masculine and un-thought of, if that makes any sense.
There is something intellectual about this ensemble and his face. He reminds one of a modern day philosophy professor at Cambridge, England. That Hermes "H" is the height of Bling bling – one would not see that at Cambridge;-)
I'm not personally super-fond of that particular vest, but overall I really like the look. Maybe I've been fooled because he pulled it off so well, but the club collar looks to me like it would be a perfectly accessible look. I know it's old fashioned, but it's not like he's somehow pulled off a top hat and spats. If I saw one of these shirts at the store, I'd certainly give it a shot.