Park Avenue and 56th St.
I spy with my little eye Prada.
Park Ave. and 52nd St.
I like how he’s sporting a sharp Midtown suit, with a handsome briefcase but loosens it up just a tad with his flashy oversize sunglasses and just a bit of a break in the pant legs. I never associated Park Avenue with being cool, but he shows how to work it in.
Park Ave and 48th St.
Different types of lapels are a matter of preference. I couldn’t decide which of these two types I liked more, the narrow or classic. But why debate about such trivial matters. Some days you feel narrow, others you feel classic. The one thing I did notice in both of these jackets is the sharp shoulders. The narrow lapel jacket is higher and tighter in the shoulders, while the classic lapel jacket slightly slopes, but still frames well. Either way, they both look great.
Madison and 45th St.
A navy blue suit is a solid investment, a great uniform and a staple in any man’s wardrobe. This guy wears one well with some cool shades and a nice example of a good, no hair look. I’d shave my head if I could look like him, but it just doesn’t work on me. Kudos to all the guys who can pull it off.
45th and Vanderbilt Ave.
This gentleman got playful with his suit by mixing patterns and colors. Notice the horizontal striped tie against his gingham shirt with a mixture of pastels and the two shades of brown leather from his belt and shoes. Even the fact that the jacket is open, the top button of his shirt is undone and that the suit hangs slightly loose on his frame, but by no means baggy, adds to the mix and playfulness. Digging the undone quality of the way he wears it. I prefer this version of the dressy casual hybrid, instead of the typical sneakers with a suit look.
I personally love the color grey. It’s a fundamental basic in my wardrobe. I even like it as a base color better than black. I love it when I spot grey on guys, whether it be a suit, coloring of the hair, a cool accessory or a coat. Check out the shades of grey in this gallery and how they diversify it.