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Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Another Colorful Sweater as Scarf, Milan

Comments on "Another Colorful Sweater as Scarf, Milan"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (5:17 PM) : 

Oh, oh, here come the scarves again.


Blogger Jessica said ... (5:35 PM) : 

i think the sweater looks silly....


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (6:20 PM) : 

He reminds me of Ted (food& wine guy), one of the Fab Five guys.


Blogger Just an Observation said ... (6:33 PM) : 

now that's what i call style and carrying it off like you mean.......busines style here donee with great personal style......
You caught him at a good angle too Sar chance of caching his "CAMERA FACE"


Blogger Just an Observation said ... (6:34 PM) : 

now that's what i call style and carrying it off like you mean it.......busines style here done with great personal tuchees all over ....from the sweater to the soft briefcase......
You caught him at a good angle too Sar chance of caching his "CAMERA FACE"


Blogger Jason Hahn said ... (7:53 PM) : 

Oh, what a dapper look! But is it just me, or are the Italians the only people on this planet who can get away with this combination (the same way that only they can make riding on a Vespa look sexy)? It almost feels like if you tried it in say Houston, you'd be accused of affectation.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:08 PM) : 

I hope this is a trend. We see this from RL for spring too. Great!


Blogger OrganicVogue said ... (9:20 PM) : 

A well dressed busy man, love it.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:21 PM) : 

La vita è sempre dolce in the 21st-century!


Blogger dolceaddict said ... (11:27 PM) : 

effortless chic


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:32 PM) : 

oh, he's just copying the other guy!



Blogger vintagent said ... (12:41 AM) : 

Hooray for the Italians, combining conservative elements in a unique manner. A signature style; business attire need not be uptight!


Blogger Eneroth said ... (3:10 AM) : 

Thats not often you can see someone in those clothes doing that with a sweater. Most people dress the same look the same, but this is nice.


Blogger Carlene said ... (5:00 AM) : 

I totally thought this was Ted from Queer Eye for a sec. It's the glasses.

I may be late to the party, but has anyone seen the Fall issue of Menswear Magazine, around, say, page 58? If not, you must! Go, now! (Barnes & Noble)



Blogger Butch said ... (9:19 AM) : 

Sorry, but I find this "look" studied and effete.....

...actually, in a way, it has a kind of surrealist, Schiaperalli quality....


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9:57 AM) : 

Personally, I think it would look too affected in the United States, but it works well in Europe.
Love his shoes by the way.


Blogger the patriarch said ... (10:31 AM) : 



Blogger S. said ... (10:43 AM) : 

I love it. Fashion inspiration from unexpected sources!


Blogger UpperWestSideGuy said ... (12:26 PM) : 

The cut of his suit is fantastic. The sweater around the jacket...I am on the fence about but the fact that it is such a great red makes it work for me


Blogger Gidget Bananas said ... (2:09 PM) : 

Italian men just have "it" when it comes to dressing, don't they? In that pose it looks like the traveler just realized that he forgot to pack a sweater, so he tied one around his shoulders and made it work.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:00 AM) : 

great photograph, and suit


Blogger David Carlier said ... (12:57 AM) : 

it's parfait men nice buissnessss
perfect !


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (12:34 PM) : 

The photo of my friend Jason shows that you can look Italian after living here in Italy for years but he is as American as apple pie and throwing the sweater over the shoulders is a very cultivated look as is the neatly folded white handkerchief. Very Diego della Valle! Nothing casual or thrown together about this look and even if you are from Tennessee as is Jason you can convince people that you are from Milano.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (11:46 AM) : 

People tend to forget that it's cheap to dress like that in Milan where you can get a custom suit for $500. Things costs a lot less there than here. Stores like Barney's would seriously go out of business in Milan.

If good clothes are as cheap here as it is in Milan, we all look this good everyday.


Anonymous Paolo said ... (8:58 AM) : 

Just simply chic, it's a classic italian way.
Nothing to say more. He's a classic man without fantasy, he repeats a style without add one gr. of himself.
With me it's not that chic.


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (8:08 PM) : 

I tried this look today in NYC and received a lot of looks on the street...looks that would suggest.."I have never seen that before."


Anonymous nifor said ... (12:07 PM) : 

the sweater around the neck is a very casual-friday-thing from a couple of years on in italy, although i've never seen it with business suit, that, by the way, doesn't really suits him!


Anonymous James bruce tancred said ... (9:56 AM) : 

This is true style and panache - good suit, plain shirt and plain black shoes and belt ( correct with a blue/grey suit), an the plain maroon jersey thrown over his shoulders.


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