Outside of Florence, these menswear getups may not make any sense. However, under the context of the biannual menswear tradeshow, Pitti Uomo, coordinating plaid blazers, tropical printed bucket hats, and analogous colour-schemed suits are excusable and widely condoned as positive things that are great and cool and ~*fAsHiOn*~.
Not entirely sure what’s happening here, but I know there is a lot of it and it looks like fun. I know this is a fact because one of the men in the picture has an unreal sparkle radiating off his shoe.
Attractive hipster man in the background is rendered speechless by smoking man in white suit and denim vest. He is posing like he is ~ready for his closeup~. #livetweet #swag #werkit
I like this man, he seems like he is very nice.
“If we look dramatically to the side do you think people will like us better?”
I am fairly certain that these men are best friends. Mostly because the one on the right is noticeably wearing complimentary colours, and the man on the right is situated near a yellow bag that is complimentary to his purple shirt. These are the things you learn in art school.
This man is:
a) an Easter egg
b) a cool Easter egg
c) really happy about all of the above.
And here lays the tropical bucket hat which is really too good/bad to exist in real life.
Compositionally, this picture urges the viewer to divert their attention to their man in the coordinating blazer/wall getup. However, I prefer to look to the left side of the picture in which there is a man wearing a vest printed with people and other things I can’t quite decipher on it.
More coordinating outfits? I don’t understand? Um…?
I can’t decide which I like better. The man on the right is wearing analogous colours. But the man on the left is wearing a hat. Way too stressful.
I still like this man. He still seems like he is very nice. Bye.
Images via: Tommy Ton for GQ, StreetFSN and Grazia.it