Euro-inspired ensembles for men

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Where to Shop Adair Eyewear 3550 W. Seventh St., Fort Worth 817-377-3500 Banana Republic Multiple area locations Brooks Brothers Southlake Town Square 233 Grand Ave. Southlake 817-421-7571 Haltom’s Jewelers 317 Main St. Fort Worth 817-336-4051 and 6102 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth 817-738-6511 and 1469 Hwy. 114 Grapevine 817-488-5527 and 4001 Arlington Highlands Blvd., Suite 125 Arlington 817-468-3813 J. Crew Southlake Town Square 334 Grand Ave. Southlake 817-416-1098 and University Park Village 1604 S. University Drive, Suite 503 Fort Worth 817-885-7756 Journeys 234 State St. Southlake 817-310-3660 Lucky Brand Jeans Southlake Town Square 302 Grand Ave. West Southlake 817-310-6440 Malouf’s Southlake Town Square 190 State St. Southlake 817-416-7100 The Man’s Shop 100 S. West St. Arlington 817-265-1116 Neiman Marcus Ridgmar 2100 Green Oaks Road Fort Worth 817-738-3581 Squire Shop 4516 Hartwood Drive Fort Worth 817-927-8722 
More information Model Landon Hamilton/Kim Dawson Agency. Hair & Makeup Lana Adams/Kim Dawson Agency.

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When former fashion executive Scott Schuman began posting his candid snaps of people in eye-catching outfits to his blog back in 2005, he could not have predicted that by 2013, he’d be considered a fashion photography pioneer.

Schuman’s blog, The Sartorialist, chronicles street style in fashion-forward cities like New York, Milan, Paris and Stockholm, promoting a dialogue with the public about fashion, individuality and everyday life. “We tend to think that to achieve great personal style, someone must have perfect clarity about who they are and what they stand for. I politely disagree,” Schuman writes in the introduction to The Sartorialist, the first of his two bestselling photography anthologies. “I think conflict about who you are often leads to even greater self expression.” These contradictions, he maintains, “produce the most interesting looks.”

While Schuman’s subjects are often aware of his lens — they’ve clearly stopped what they were doing to pose for him, or at the very least, to acknowledge the camera — none of his subjects have dressed for him. That, they’ve done for themselves.

Inspired by Schuman’s photography of men in cities across Europe and by his fashion philosophy in general, we created our own “candid” street scenes of suavely suited men with the help of a professional model and clothing lent by boutiques across Tarrant County.

We hope our sartorial expression inspires your own everyday dressing.

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