Snob of the Week: Mr. Ramdhani gearing up for spring and looking swell in his khaki suit by Oger. Nude colours work wonders when pairing with light blue or chambray hues as shown here for the shirt and pocket square. His knit tie picks up the suit colour as does the suede Santoni tassel loafers. As always with impeccable style, the details make the difference, look at the perfect trouser length with big cuffs & the jacket’s patch pockets. For the extra doses of sprezz look at the nonchalance of the tie and the sockless shoes. Spring has indeed finally arrived!
The Snob Of The Week: Mr Häberle striking a pose in an exquisite blue double breasted suit by Suitsupply. Blues and browns work so well together, that when pairing the suit with a crisp white shirt and hints of brown for tie and shoes, it simply doesn’t get any better. Double breasted feels like an armour to conquer the corporate world and Mr Häberle is ready to move up that ladder in sartorial splendour!
Snob Of The Week: Mr Alex Restivo impeccably dressed in hues of coffee & cream to beat the winter’s cold. He is wearing a fabulous double breasted overcoat in nubby wool, a fabric that caught our attention during the latest Pitti and which we think will be a must have next winter. Rakish details complete the look.
Snob Of The Week: Mr. Tudehope does it AGAIN! Perfection from the fit of the jacket, to the lenght of the trousers, to the proper proportion for the cuffs and lapels. Chocolate double monks shoes hit the right casual note keeping a formal grey suit from looking too, well, formal. The perfect relief from the sea of grey is found in the pop of a pale blue shirt and neon orange knit tie. Keep it clean. Keep it simple. Keep it elegant… And then add a twist to make it fresh! No one does it better than you Mr. TT !
Snob Of The Week: Mr. Davide Baroncini of Suitsupply Milano is checking all the correct style boxes; colour, pattern and texture. The masterful colour mix of steel blue, grey and brown, combined with a subtle combination of solids and patterns and set of to perfection with rich textures ranging from softest cashmere to supple leather all spell “Snob Perfection”. Top it all off with the perfect accessory of Tom Ford nerd glasses and you have an excellent example of just the kind of sophistication that seperates the snobs from the boys!
Snob Of The Week: Mr. Alan Nam is the perfect picture of pinstriped, double-breasted elegance. The width of the lapels, the simplicity of the accessories, speak confidence and sophistication. A prime example that sometimes simple is best.
Snob Of The Week: Mr Bystrom of Sartorial Doctrine found the perfect balance between sartorialism and winterwear. To make a statement in this snowy landscape he sports slim cut white pants, a chambray shirt in combination with a navy tie, an unconstructed brown/greyish sportscoat, brown suede ankleboots and a striking square. Perfect example that the winter season doens’t need to be all about being sloppy - kudos Mr Bystrom!
The Snob Of The Week: Mr Alex Yampolsky of Michael Andrews Bespoke sure knows how to mix his patterns. He sets a fine example of mixing 3 different patterns together in one stylish look; checks for the suit, a bengal stripe for the shirt and a repeat floral pattern for his tie. Just like mixing drinks, mixing patterns is finding that delicate ballance that holds it all together. In this rakish look the color lavender is like a fil rouge running through the suit’s check, the bengal stripe, the floral pattern of the tie, even the striped socks & square. Mr Yampolsky succeeded cum laude as a sartorial mixologist!
Snob Of The Week: Mister Erik Fyyr from So What Else Is New? immediately caught my attention sporting this rakish double breasted 3-piece. Like a modern day dandy full of confidence, he is definitely not afraid of making a statement; a big bold wool plaid fabric in different shades of gray, combined with a light blue shirt and another dandyesque touch, the bowtie. A neatly folded white square and brown suede brogues are just the icing on the cake. Important detail Gents, this is not a costume this is just his second skin - welcome to the 21st Century - kudos Mr Fyyr!
Snob of the Week: What’s not to love when Mr Kimber steps out in green Oolong boots. What looks like a classic combo, grey slacks, blue blazer, is being updated here with a great chambray polo shirt with cut-away collar. The Burgundy red accents of the tie and pocket square turns this into a perfect look for Fall. A safety-pin tie bar ads panache to the outfit as well as some serious trouser turn-ups. Remember playfulness in dress is important and Mr Kimber sets a fine example!