⇧ That sport coat.
Nifty! Good to go. I love Stuart's celebration of color, and adept hand at pairing it as displayed during that era. As well as their sense of whimsy at the time. I'd only need that sweater as a V-neck.^^
Very much in keeping with the fanciful art work for catalogs and windows of the era. Paul Stuart always had the most imaginative, beautiful and provocative windows of any men's store in Manhattan. Not even close!^^I like the jacket greatly,
but the boutonniere, not so much.
Mixing multiple patterns and colors is a near thing and somewhat subjective. It requires both a rock-solid eye and requisite virtuosity. The distance between sublime harmony and cacophony is both a mile and an inch. To me also this iteration is lacking compared to Paul Stuart's former efforts.I have to say that I find the suit and tie combo dreadful. Too similar, and achieves a kind of sartorial destructive interference.