It’s time for us all to come to terms with it.
The Big-Ass Suit is back. We know it’s a lot to take in at once, but after a decade of skinny suits and two years of on-and-off quarantining, society is ready to embrace the roomy fit once again. The history of the Big-Ass Suit is littered with many disasters, however, so it’s hard to see how far this trend is going to go. Certainly, like most extreme fits, it takes a certain built and type or person to pull it off. It also helps if the design is interesting in some way or feels like an update on otherwise classic style. This look fits the bill for us. It suits him (pun unavoidable) and we love the slightly unexpected weirdness of that jacket design. It looks like a costume from a science fiction film, which makes it the perfect style for him. We won’t criticize the puddling pants hem because we think it’s perfectly cut for those gigantic shoes. The whole look works, but it’s very specific to him.
– Louis Vuitton Ensemble
– Cartier Jewelry
– Cartier Watch
Styled by Jared Eng Studios | Grooming by Ciona Johnson-King
[Photo Credit: Doug Peters/EMPICS/PA Images/INSTARimages.com, BAFTA/Scott Garfitt]
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