The mature man above displays advanced style in classic menswear. Garments are soft, colour combinations are unusual, you have brown sneakers. It all turns out very well. The sartorial foundation of jacket, shirt and tie gives a framework.
I will hightlight the long pointed collar and the pairing of muted sage green trousers and a red foulard tie. Moreover, the cut of the garments is just very precise and deliberate in every way.
Perhaps the Italian gentleman above has more fun. He is playing with style components, although not in a garish Pitti Uomo peacock way. Maybe the red shade of the loafers is a bit too much.
The suit is made up from a Zegna Solaro, he told me. It is lighter in weight and more saturated than the classic Smith Woolens Solaro.
It seems with a change in blog nomenclature comes more prolific blogging?
Either way, very enjoyable.
The first chap – Yukio Akamine – often does better than that but here, doesn’t quire work!
Perhaps it is the Flusser effect, of having transcended rules and sartorial sense to result in a parody
Yukio Akamine, thanks, that is his name.