Yossef Mendelssohn

[Yossef Mendelssohn: high-risk and (in my opinion, successful) pattern play combining two window panes, a stripe, and a pattern. Thick diagonal tie pattern helps dominate the thin and straight windowpane of the shirt. The very thin pinstripes of the jacket stop it from clashing with the ensemble but still add a third boastful texture. The patterned handkerchief (and cloth button hole) is a final eccentric touch that makes it both more playful and sophisticated. Like the patterns, the overall tones of blues are different enough not to clash, but similar enough to produce orbiting harmony. This is the outfit of a southern summer dandy.]

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