Fashion Week Pt II

Fashion Week Pt II


This second set of mens photos will focus on small details or parts of a man’s ensemble, in particular, things below the waist.  Some of these things I like, others I do not.  Like with many things it is good to not only know what you do like but also what you do not like, by knowing both side of the equation you can help better define your style.  And isn’t that what part of this is all about?  You can use the photos for inspiration, pleasure or whatever else you may desire.  And as with last time I will provide a short commentary.  Do enjoy.

Colored dress shoes are on the upswing, especially for casual wear. Unfortunately, they will likely make their way into the business casual spectrum sometime soon. This pair could arguably be considered correspondents (or spectators), as two different colors are on the shoe. Also note the lack of socks.
These soles are horrifying. Possibly worse than square toed shoes. Yeah, this guy probably paid $400 to look like an idiot, at least he's supporting the economy.
Red drivers, yes. Skinny jeans, no.
Interesting, as is always the case with Comme Des Garcons. But interesting does not mean good, as is the case here.
Brown on white suede saddles, nice. But they should be put away on Labor Day.
Red loafers, brown briefcase and navy suit. I do like this pairing. The shoes are too red to be oxblood but not red enough to be over the top.
Long wingtips, brown briefcase and chinos; classic.
I try to focus on the good things. So, although I don't know what these guys are after I do like the stitching details on the shorts. Note the white buttonhole stitching.
I'm not sure if the pants came with the strip of plaid on the upturned cuff or not. But, it can add an individual taste to it. I like it if it was done by the wearer, but not if they came like that.


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