Have to say, I’ve been disappointed by the blatant sexism expressed in the comments section. To me, the sartorialist has always been a haven for eclectic, creative dressers who are the ultimate at expressing themselves through clothing. The last few posts with tattooed women have been full of comments about how their tattoos make them ugly, or they’re distracting or trendy and ruin their bodies. And yet when tattooed men are featured the criticism vanishes. I hope people can be a little more cognizant of imposing their ideals of feminine beauty on the women photographed. While most of the individuals featured tend to be thin and attractive, there are plenty of individuals featured with quirky styles who shirk conventional ideas of “prettiness”.
I am not being sarcastic here. I simply ask how this man ‘looks older than he has to’? Do you know his age? I think you need to be careful with a comment that appears to present ageing as something negative.
I also find it interesting that despite the greater numbers of people of different demographics having tattoos, in this time, there is still an association of them with the “bad boy/girl,” but mainly “bad boy” stereotype. There are so many inked and pierced people where I live
it’s hardly noticeable.
I think Meg’s piece is well-pointed and well-written.
I positively hate Hawaian shirts. But this guy wears it in an interesting, Alessandro Michele-inspired kind of way. Just came back from a few days in Italy, saw some great looking guys, not in Hawaian shirts, though, thanks God.
I’m a fan of the jeans, the shirt,and the jewelry. I agree that the beard ages him, but we don’t know what lurks under there. I am going to be optimistic and say, a handsomely chiseled chin. The glasses are cool but they drown his face. I am surprised no one has mentioned the gold jacket swung over his shoulder. It is a bit much with the rest of the ensemble, but he is obviously a colorful guy, so more power to him.
Joy de vive!
I love seeing this!
He is adventurous and knows what he likes.
It surprises me how many people come here to pick apart, or suggest adjustments to make the ensemble fit their own taste. The world would be very boring if we all dressed according to your rules!
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