This is the inconvenience of taking pictures without trusting the weather forecast. My yesterday outfit in fact doesn’t fit at all the snow flakes that began to poor down during the shooting. Also thanks to a coat that, only after the first pictures, I realized wasn’t matching at all with the rest of the look; I decided to face the weather in a short five minutes of shooting.
 Even my new suede loafers that I showed you a few days ago, weren’t a super brilliant choice. =)
 Leaving apart banal links with the weather, what do you think about the look?
 Drumohr Shetland woold Sweater,
  • Henry Cotton’s Shirt,
  • Persol Sunglasses thanks,
  • Barrow Bologna Jeans,
  • Belfiore Loafers,
  • Celine Cabas Tote Bag,
  • IWC Portoghese Watch

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  1. =O =O Absolutely LOVE it!

    I like the color of the sweater and the shirt, but above all I love the velvet blazer! In fact, I have become a little bit obsessed with velvet blazers lately… I bought a black one a couple weeks ago! =) By the way, you didn’t mention where the blazer is from.

    Going back to the look, I love the choice of the multicolored handkerchief: the yellow in it matches the sweater under the blazer and the rest of colors add the pop of color to the whole look. Brilliant, in my opinion. I love, too, your shoes matching your Céline bag. Finally, and as usual, the jeans fit you PERFECTLY! =)

    Overall: 10 =)

    Could you say where the blazer is from, please? =)

  2. Muumm.. change your jeans
    Too dark: it doen’t match very well with your blazer
    Ok: you love (!!!) this king of loafers and, for a French guy, it just is impossible ! An horror thing !

    1. In order that the other followers understands, why BG ( as some french) doesn’t like “Tassel loafers” , let me quote one of my last comments :
      “In France, not many shoes like “Tassel Loafers” divide fashion’s fans! Some love it, others hate it. Why? In fact, it’s a matter of style, but not only. It’s also because of the Tassel! Indeed, in french, “Tassel Loafers” are called “Mocassins à glands” and I guess this style’s division comes from the word “glands”, because in french it has many meanings… Particulary of an anatomical point of view. You understand why, contrary to the USA or Italy, in France wear “Tassel Loafers” is very delicate. In addition, you will be immediately cataloged like a preppy catholic’s boy, or a fan of Sarkozy! »

      BG, what’s your opinion about it? I’m not being too far from reality. Isn’t it ?

    1. No he doesn’t, but he should! As he should too, match the color of his socks to the color of his pants.
      Why ? Because it’s the rule. But, as you know, the rule is made to be broken.
      And then, it’s Filippo. So he can broke the rule when he wants, because he charms us. Especially with his wonderful smile 🙂 That’s why we forgave him everything (well almost).

  3. Hi Filippo.

    Dark purple and yellow! This combination is perfect. Not only this colors are complementary, but in addition yellow brings a great intensity and dark purple adds softness. Moreover, for information, purple fosters the artistic sense.

    About the velvet jacket, it’s clearly an essential in a man’s wardrobe. First, if you opt for a velvet jacket of good quality, it will last longer than a conventional suit jacket. In addition, over time the velvet jacket acquired a beautifull “patina”. Finally, the velvet jacket is both chic and casual, that’s why it can either be worn with a dress pants or with a jeans.

    Concerning your “Tassel loafers” I’ve already given my opinion in your article “New shoes for me!”. So I don’t return on it, but I would simply add (in terms of my experience with suede shoes) that contrary to popular belief, suede shoes are very resistant, they are less “fragile” than some leather shoes, especially in the rain.

    In conclusion, I find your style very successful and I would even say that it gives you a very “Saint-Germain-des-Prés” style.

    Have a nice day.

    Big hug


  4. Dear Julien

    I totally agree with your ( historical and sociologic )point of view regarding to this “affair” of the tassels loafers

    Worst: I would say that it gives the (young) man who is wearing them , Filippo as many others, nothing personnal !, 20 years on his shoulders!

    Filippo got some style, ok : HIS style, but he has everything to gain not wearing this kinf of shoes, Italian or not.

    Sometimes, he is so old school!

  5. Ciao phil =) outfit bellissimo! Posso chiederti una cosa???? Quella borsa è fake? Perchè ho fatto uno stage da celine quest’estate e ho imparato i trucchi del mestiere… Insomma c’è un particolare che non si puó nascondere… Comunque magari mi sbaglio???
    Se non mi pubblichi avró da sola la risposta!!
    P.s. Comunque bel blog!

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