Mark Chao, one of the candidates for shirtsleeves-only or (like so) leather over the Oxford shirt.
A little too stiff in a more formal suit, but definitely well-defined by the loosened collars and rolled cuffs of a dress shirt.

Thing is, you just can’t go wrong with black and white…

Black on black with a little grey for contrast? Well, I like it, anyway.

(Did you know there was a Korean reality TV program “Actress Butlers”? It couldn’t have been awesome, or I would see subs for it, but I don’t know how it could have gone wrong, the eye-candy in that butler line-up was ASTOUNDING.)

These are mostly red-carpet photos I’ve been wanting to post for a while, but didn’t have a good balance to post together. Heh, I probably still don’t have a good balance, but here they are…

Well, that’s unexpected.
The stripes are on the slacks, leaving the fitted vest unsullied. The belt and rings take a step into pop art that’s cool, because Mark Chao’s bad-boy image is not going to pull off a demure suited look.
…let me go cool my head over the striped pants and be back with you in a bit.
Opaque  by  andbamnan