It has been rather a long stretch since I posted anything remotely related to Richard Armitage. (In fact, you might almost wonder whether I was no longer preoccupiedwitharmitage!) And that’s a fair question, because if I’m honest, I do find it hard to be half so obsessive about the man when Nothing Much Is Happening. For all those who waited it out while he was off filming The Hobbit: kudos to you! I’m having a hard time of it with not much news on the Armitage front.
Have I lost interest entirely? Apparently not. But I do have to say it was an enormous relief the other day when Richard Armitage, White-Shirted, filming in the Canary Islands for Berlin Station, came across my radar.
So yes! Inspired! Finally!
I do believe I became quite breathless when first I saw the image above.
And who could blame me? =)
With all the talk about how much Daniel reminds us all of Lucas North, I couldn’t help but think he also bears a bit of a resemblance to a different operative… one John Porter… in the image above.
This look really does it for me. There is just something about a man in a casual white button-down shirt.
With heavy stubble as a nice contrast.
(Perry even thought it was a beard from a distance!)
Yes, I think we can all agree that this man has always rocked the white shirt and heavy stubble.
*Excuse me while I dash water on myself*
I confess… this type of shirt on a handsome man does make me want to unbutton it.
Hubby, I hope you’re not reading this… but if you are… take notes!
Yes, a white button-down shirt is just begging to be opened further.
Down to where one might stumble across a little chest hair, maybe.
Or a belly button.
We’d better get you buttoned back up, sir.
Before we all collapse.
Maybe we should even add a coat.
I don’t believe I would have survived this look without that coat.
I’m still not sure how Margaret was able to actually stand up and walk after this.
And the man was wearing his waistcoat.
And finally, well… there can’t be a compilation of Richard Armitage, White-Shirted that didn’t include this.
In fact, I think it never hurts to revisit this type of White Shirt Situation.
Or maybe it does hurt. But it hurts so good! =)