West Broadway and Spring St.
Hair that is so black, so slick, so perfectly parted. So well coiffed is the man.
Greenwich and DesBrosses St.
North TriBeCa is considered a micro-neighborhood; that is a small ‘hood within a larger neighborhood. This is one of my favorite micro-hoods. It is so because the streets are cobblestoned, there’s not much traffic, it’s not too crowded or dense, it’s quiet, it’s right by the Hudson River and it has amazing, albeit expensive real estate. New York has so many neighborhoods that are bustling all the time, so this enclave is a refreshing alternative. It’s very civilized.
It was nice to see this great looking couple strolling down Greenwich St. For the guy, his clothes are a great fit to his body and frame. Having your clothes tailored or fitted to your body makes them look more expensive whether that is the case or not. I’m one of those guys that gets everything from suits to t-shirts taken in. His green t-shirt is a nice shade and blends in with the wall behind him. He’s got some nice slick hair, simple jewelry, rolled up cuffs from his khakis and bright sneakers to stand out a bit. Everything with him is in the details.
West Broadway and Murray St.
It seems as though the horizontal stripes trend isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. I’m not a huge fan of trends and particularly this one, but to all you stripe lovers, this one’s for you.
Upper West Side
Broadway and 62nd St.
I found this European gentleman shopping on the Upper west side with his girlfriend, speaking Italian. His Gucci belt was a nice nod to Italy. Yesterday I posted a picture of a guy in an all black and slicked hair ensemble which was an extreme and slightly formal look. This is a similar look, but more casual and broken up by jeans, a t-shirt and some white sneakers. The leather jacket has some nice detailing in the stitching on the side of the arm, the curved hem and the collar. His slick black hair is a good match to the jacket.