I applaud this gentleman for turning his handicap into a such an utterly stylish statement…and ofcourse how he commands everyones attention.The gentleman on the right knows how to work his pleated skirt,pairing it with a fine jacket and pocket square…all in all..a huge head-turner!
Well, this is stunning. First, the suit half gingham, half black linen. Second, the obvious panache with which he wears it. His prosthetic proudly on display. And then his friend stepping up to the plate with an equally daring ensemble. Wow.
Guys! Creativity worked to the utmost! Fun. Dashing. Killer style! I would so love to be hanging out with these Dudes, and just listen in to this conversation. Talk about some intriguing luncheon companions! It would be easy to spot me at the table. I’d be the Drab One. And in my humble opinion, the gent in the skirt played it right, by not embellishing the ensemble. Let the tailoring speak for itself. As for the Other Dandy … he and his tailor must have big fun planning the next. Just great! Have a Good One, M’Lovelies.
What a lovely comment! And I agree about the skirt ensemble–I was thinking that the simple, rugged boots are the perfect complement to the look, playing up the skirt’s kilty vibe and playing against the skirt’s grey-flannel-business vibe.
The guy on the left’s look is incredibly creative and playful, such a great visual with his prosthesis. Great beard too. The guy on the right, although it’s hard to tell from just the profile, looks a little like a nun’s outfit. Still, fun stuff.
Thank you Mr Schuman.
After my soul being soiled by Â«Â send her backÂ Â» & Epstein, this picture gives me faith and hope for us, human beings.
Humor and sophistication in the face of adversity are the best inspiration.
Love the confidence of the man on the left. My father had a wooden leg — yes, wooden — and every time I see one of the great new prosthesis like this one I really wish they had them in his day. It would have made his hiking & skiing a little easier.
Thanks, Scott, for showing that fashion is not dependent on a ‘perfect’ body — it’s the attitude!