Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood, best remembered for his roles in movies such as: "The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly", "Dirty Harry", and "Million Dollar Baby", was photographed somewhere along the early/mid 60s wearing some black trousers, a red shirt, a white knitted cardigan, and a leather strap watch.

His sweater somehow reminds me of Alain Delon's fall jacket shown in a previous post this Fall. It's worth putting attention to the button area of this item. An ensemble that can be worn as a whole or without the sweater this Fall/Winter and on the first days of Spring when the air is still cool.



jeune_premier said...

Im a big fan of Clint!especially as an actor when he was starring at spaghetti westerns...!!!i've seen a photo of him at a very old issue of Playboy and his style at the 70's was awesome...just like here!

RetroVintageModStyle said...

If you could get hold of that photo and share it, it would be cool! I agree in the 70s his style was great, not to mention he had reached a maturity in his acting. This photo is great and well we can see him look like a "good boy", as opposed to his 70s image where he's a "Man of Action and Drama".