koo but I probably won't ever go again
Whoops thought you were talking about bmore like in your other post heh.
What would you consider beautiful architecture then? Relative to European cities and towns with buildings hundreds of years old in winding streets, anything in the states is pretty damn ugly.
I'm not really a fan of grey sneakers (almost always think either black or white would look better), but hell you could wear those with some cropped/rolled cotton pants in a slightly darker grey, white ocbd, and whatever jacket you want that isn't the same color as any of the other pieces (black bomber, navy blazer, beige trenchcoat)
Would fit right in with the fellas at pitti
(but I think you can come up with a better colorway, ^those are kinda hard to match with stuff, and if you're going to wear it with other more classic pieces I feel something simpler will work best)
I'm from Los Altos. It's an interesting place. Most of the non-hills part was originally WWII era housing for people who worked at Moffett Field. There are plenty of these "tear down" houses still around and they're probably the best way to buy in to the area if you don't have a TON of money. Now, we're still talking ~$1M, but there are plenty of places in Los Altos that will be well into the $4-6M range or higher, especially if you start looking in Los Altos Hills.
There are a couple of condo complexes off Edith in/near downtown Los Altos and a couple of apartment buildings in the small triangle formed by Cuesta, El Monte, and Foothill Boulevard. Everything else is single family homes. It's probably the nicest suburban part of the peninsula. There are more affluent places, like Woodside or Atherton, but they lack the downtown and the proximity to shops that Los Altos has.