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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Guerreisms A Beacon Of Light And Colour

Guerreisms must truly be the number one blog for me for menswear street photography. Below are my favourite picks that Guerre recently uploaded. The first favourite, the orange below, is naturally a response to my recent choice to feature this colour in our new collection of bows. Some other points to note. The light blue shirt with a cutaway white collar on a bone coloured double breasted suit jacket - killer look.  In the third photo you will see the flirtation of jacket lining. The wonderful use of a vibrant jacket lining is that it is for me what it is for the wind to pick up a young ladies skirt and show you her suspenders. It tells you a little about the person without giving away the package and making you want to know more. If you are off to your tailors, ask for a a vibrant interlining, it is worth it. From the fourth photo note the John Lennonesque sunglasses, a shape which immediately sends off eccentric signals. If you have not logged onto Guerreisms before, perhaps now might be the time. 

What seems to be an orange birdseye, yes!

As I would like to appear some day soon. Peppered but dignified.

A man's equivalent to seeing up your skirt.... vibrant jacket linings, a way to flirt with the crowd when the wind blows.

Rounded glasses, yes.

For some reason I love the contrast between tie and pocket square and jacket and waistcoat. It's all at 6's and 7's but somehow it still works for me.

Foulards - yes. 

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