Have you ever gone out to a dutifully not-quite-good Italian meal only to be greeted, at the wrapping-up of the evening, with an offer of house-made limoncello to wash down all that half-baked lasagna and Alfredo-heavy fettuccine? I love that limoncello. It’s magical, the very definition of “hospitaliano,” even if you’ve never stepped foot in an Olive Garden. (Did you know, there are whole parts of southeastern Pennsylvania where every Italian restaurant, regardless of corporate affiliation, is kind of an Olive Garden? Well, now you know.)
The thing is: It doesn’t even have to be good. Which is handy, because it’s generally not. But what if it was? What if it wasn’t just good, but great? And, now that we’re on a little hypothetical journey together—please keep your hands and feet inside the doors—let’s explore one more question: What if it wasn’t just good, or great, but downright jaw-droppingly impressive. And, oh, also: What if it wasn’t an after-dinner drink, but a suit in the same shade, paired with a sequined turtleneck and chunky silver loafers, and worn by Dan Levy at the 2021 Golden Globes?
Then, dear reader, you’d have a truly magical situation on your hands. You’d have a certified Style King, decked out in the first men’s couture offering from beloved designer Pierpaolo Piccioli, showing off just how good a suit in the color of a citrus liqueur can look. And as it turns out, it can look just that good.
I’ll drink to that.
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Source : Esquire