Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Spring Look Book 2011, Part Three

What's for summer? Roll your cuffs and prepare for a summer of comfortable class and free-wheeling luxury: these men don't wear socks. This season's wardrobe features neutral tones, crisp lines, and leather shoes.

I. Walkin' On Air


Alejandro models the latest in foot fashion and levitation.

II. It's Cooler in the Park.

Felix wears an indie-folk inspired blazer. Improves musical talent, even beginners.


Felix: Crisp cotton button-down, lensless 80s retro vintage Hipster glasses. Alejandro: poet's vest, khaki slacks.



III. The Rubber Meets the Road.


Alejandro: Square Tie, Pre-Rolled Khakis, Vintage Motobecane Road Bike.

Thanks, boys!

25 comments:

Lisa said...

1. That first photo is great!
2. Seeing Felix posing for pictures with the bigger guys made me realize he's suddenly grown up.
3. "lensless" glasses - ha!!
4. You have palm trees in your backyard?

Lisateresa

Anna said...

Oh, Lisa! Can't you guess the boys sent me these from Felix's vacation week in Savannah with Giles? :)

Lisa said...

Anna - What do I know about Savannah? All I know is, Connecticut is supposed to have more snow Friday!!

It's nice that they had a vacation together. Your lovely blog makes me wish I could go back in time, have a family, homeschool the kids, etc., etc., with all the insights I've gleaned from you, which I never would have known then but that's okay now because I never had any children.

Well, who knows but that it'll come in handy in some way?

-L.

Anonymous said...

That explains alot... I was a bit taken aback with the palm trees too. Sigh - they are just so stylish - and without even trying to be so... if only I were like that.

Lilian

Kim @ Starry Sky Ranch said...

It's so fun to see these pics. My oldest dressesvery much like this. His brothers are so different - from him and each other.

Though I must say it IS unnerving when one's own era becomes labeled 'vintage' isn't it? Sigh!

Hana - Marmota said...

These always make me smile and laugh. Thank you!
(BTW, could we perhaps, please, please, get one of these with the girls?)

Polly said...

Love this installment! Especially fond of the park photos, which are cracking me up.

Pre-rolled cuffs!!!! Oh my.

Margitta said...

Ha! My husband came home from his parents house yesterday evening with some very cool brown leather shoes my father-in-law had in the 60ies - still in perfect condition. He wears them for work today. But I doubt he rolls up his trousers ;) Nice pictures!

Lisa said...

You know, Anna, because I have a thunbnail link to your blog on mine, I keep seeing the rather bizarre image of Alejandro's feet hanging there above the stone building. Puts me in mind of Elizabethan England every time.

Thanks for the bit of gallows humor! :O

Lisateresa

Kathy said...

Fabulous photographs!! Is Giles the photographer? Love them all, but especially the last one!

Mrs. Sensibility said...

Love the "Look Book" posts! My husband and I visited Savannah for the first time this past December. I would love to live there!

Anonymous said...

I crack up at the fashion posts with the boys! You are one pretty cool 'momma' if they share their fashion details with you! Love you sweet lady!
Maria Ricci

Anna said...

Oh, sweet fantasticness! They strike me as the modern version of the male wing of the von Trapp family.

A truly stylish viewing of favorite things.

hotpinksky35 said...

I third that. These are really great photos. He has a great career in front of him.

Anonymous said...

Cool pics. Def should be made into a book as a gift to these boys for Christmas or something.

BTW I notice you use the word "hipsters" alot. I wouldn't call these boys that, theyre too classy for that, and hipsters are rather...messy and careless:

Check out this hipster docu :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ASW7ALOIik

(It is rated pg-13, btw)

erin said...

I get the biggest kick out of the Look Book posts (and out of seeing SCAD students in Forsyth Park! Thanks for the trip down memory lane of my own time spent there!)

Alexia @ Dimple Snatcher said...

I need that Alejandro in my life! The other one is cute too, but looks too young :)

Andrea said...

Your descriptions are better than the one's Elaine did for the J. Peterman catalog, lol! WAY better!

Such handsome and fashionable young men!

Anonymous said...

May I ask what photo effect they used to make this pictures look vintage-y?

Anna said...

I have no idea! These guys are professionals. :)

Classicly me said...

I think it's the girls' turn for a Lookbook!

Mrs. MK said...

smokin'!

Cynthia said...

How fun! I love their creativity!

Amanda said...

The pictures are great. Looks like they've been cut right from a magazine. ;)

Jodie | Velour said...

I LOVE the look book posts! LOVE THEM!!

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