The shoes are looking a little beat and we don’t care how trendy it is to wear them semi-loose at the moment, ties need to be secure against the collar if the top button is done. But aside from that, he looks pretty spectacular. This could’ve gone boring and business-like, but the blue shirt pulls it back from the abyss. We’re still not loving the return of the ’90s menswear tone-on-tone trend, but if you’re going to wear nothing but different shades of the same color, this is the way to do it.
Still, we would’ve loved an orange or pink tie here. That and a new pair of shoes could’ve turned this into a BoyWERQ.
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