(taken by Tommy Ton.)
White Out. Not everybody can do it,
but those who do almost always look great.
Buttoned-Up is how alot of the cool kids do it.
(He should loose the purse though, unless of course it’s a computer bag, which means that he just shouldn’t hold it quite like that).
90s summer camp x colorized, gone wild?
“And a hint of fatigue”. Army Fatigue/Camouflage is making its way back into our lives. From celebrities like Drake and Rihanna to fly stylish folks around the globe. Everyone is bringing back out or adding in one or two camouflage items to their wardrobe. This guy chose a jacket, the guy above him chose a bag, I chose a hat, what will you choose?
“Going Sockless” is how a gentleman stays cool in the warm months.
“Shorts over leggings” one of the bolder Spring/Summer trends…
And this guy handles it pretty well
Teen Vogue editor Andrew Bevan
For now I advise all guys to purchase a really nice pair of oxfords and boots. Get one pair of each that you feel you can wear with almost anything. I’ll do a post on my favorite oxfords and boots sometime this month.
photos from: thesartorialist.blogspot.com, facehunter.blogpsot.com, altamiranyc, streetpeeper, jack&jil.
You guys know I like to do a complete Sartorialist post every now and again… so I visited his site and chose a few of his recent men’s street style.
And a style note for you guys, minus two pictures, notice how all the men have creases in their pants, even their jeans. Creases are a subtle but definite way to show that you care about the way you look. Do I think all pants need them? perhaps not. But the men that I admire, that indirectly and directly taught me about Men’s Style… almost always have them- even in their lounging attire…
jean shorts ,right at the knee
tank top, right below the pockets
and a fedora and wayfarers to boot
rio de janeiro, san juan, ocho rios.
gosh, he looks so relaxed and happy