1. Your scarf is not an ascot/cravat. You’re not re-inventing anything by doing it wrong.
2. Wrong choice of watch. You’re not dressed for sports.
3. Wrong choice of pants. Unless you’re trying to be a stylish truck driver?
1. I was wearing the scarf as a scarf not as an ascot, even if it`s under the collar. It`s just for outdoors.
2. So you can`t wear a sports watch on a casual outfit? and same for 3, you can`t wear jeans on ca casual outfit?
I see that you can`t wrap your head around the mix of sports and elegant but this is dressing down a blazer or a shirt and dressng up a pair of jeans.
Thanks a lot Thomas! That’s what i was looking for!
Now really, i know what constructive criticism is. I didn’t say you were neither wrong or right. I just asked you if there is a problem in dressing somnething up or down. I didn’t mean to offend you and i see you know what sprezzatura is, so thanks a lot again.
Here’s my constructive… the colour and texture of that scarf looks good up against the white shirt, dark blazer and yellow ps. Just wear it over the collar next time. Lose the matching yellow socks, they make you look like you’re trying too hard. You have a lot of choice here, you can go with dark green, blue or even a muted red for the socks. Don’t mind the jeans just as long as they’re kept on the slim side. I love the blazer, what brand is that? The shoes are not bad, I would personally wear a pair of distressed plain toe bluchers with an all around storm welt and leather soles to compliment the scarf flair. Ok, I’m done.
Won’t get into the watch, scarf, denim debate.
But that socks + pocket square is trying way too hard as Diego mentioned.
If you wanted to match it, you’d probably do better with a PS that has just a little pit of the same colour in it as the socks, rather than a solid silk square… plus I’m really not a fan of this silk TV fold with no edges in this instance. But that could just be my personal opinion.