Looks like a pen leaked in his pocket.The jacket, absent the pocket emblem, the shirt and the tie are all pretty nice, but below the waist, the belt is the only thing that merits a good look. Those trousers are due for a trip to the trash bin.
This is one of the best Ralph rigs I have seen in quite awhile. The neckerchief is a nice finishing touch. I've got this growing urge to get out and buy a couple more neckerchief options.
I have several Willis and Geiger pieces, including a polo-style pullover and a bush jacket. Great stuff, good-looking and hard-wearing.I had those Gurkha style pants as khaki shorts back when Willis & Geiger was the source for tasteful safari wear. If you don't know it, Abercrombie & Fitch distributed the line for Burt Avedon in the 70's. You guys would have loved what they did, and the quality was great. Vintage pieces are still available on the 'bay.
I love these, unique pairings that work well for once.
I disagree there, a sweater tucked in to pants has the same benefits as tucking in a shirt.A nice rig that woud be much nicer without the sweater tucked in at the waist. The watch has a nice look to it.