Yes, a boater hat would have topped it off.
Navy and boat shoes, matches perfectly.
Olo just saw a middle aged hippie wearing a rose gold AP jumbo, t-shirt and socks with sandals.
I was waiting for him in the carpark after he had finished picking mince meat from the freezer aisle in Aldi. Sadly the watch was damaged in the attack.
Nipped out at lunch through the CBD and with the sun out and temperature rising, there they all where in abundance the cheap and cheery I'm a corporate man on a salary look: baby blue cut-away collar shirt sans tie, grey trousers that sit on the hip and the dreaded scuffed tan pointy shoes. It's not big and not clever and definitely doesn't indicate you are not really working for the man. As I was driving and had a tremendous run on green lights, I had no time to take photos of this curious anthropological inert disaster of the sartorial kind.
Not much self-awareness going on there at all. 'Tis a common mistake and afflication: the cheap and nasty pointy shoe in various shades of anaemia with a grey suit. I still haven't figured out what these guys are trying to say, but we can assume it's something dreadful and not worth hearing.
big tummy, skinny leg trousers, ski feet, horrible suit stripes. a horrid combination. Now if he had wider man legs for office pants he would look much better and balance out the feet better.