I love a splash of red in a suit ensemble, but only in the form of a tie or a pocket square. Ok a red watch band or bracelet would suffice as well.
Houston and Elizabeth St.
Another hybrid in the form of a shirt jacket with a hood. He has all sorts of variants of grey in his outfit but breaks it up with some red, white and blue in his crewneck shirt. I’m digging the classic Adidas shell toe sneakers.
5th Ave. and 12th St.
Red is one of the best colors to pick up the drab winter weather wardrobe as displayed by this guy. It just gives it that nice pop and is best done through the accessories – hats, gloves, layering piece etc.
1st Ave. and 1st St.
In the episode “The Maid” on the sitcom Seinfeld, the character Kramer finds himself in a “long distance” relationship with Jerry’s maid. He lives uptown on the UWS, she lives downtown and he finds himself lost and perplexed at the corner of 1st and 1st, that he refers to as the nexus of the universe, which is where I fittingly found this guy with his Uptown hat, at this very downtown location.
What guy doesn’t stand out wearing the color red? We all should incorporate it more into our wardrobes.
One of the rare occurrences where The Highline was not crowded. The red shorts really made him stand out.
Prince and Wooster St.
Great example of color blocking in an outfit. I usually sport solid blocks of color like this guy in the summer. I also happened to catch Meg Ryan walking with her daughter as I took this picture.