ok, so he's mmm….yes… very nice–and the cardigan looks fantastic. The thickness of the wool, the type of knitting stitch, the colour, where the main pattern lies all contribute. Also a slim fitting trouser with little bulk at the waistline help. Having said that I still do think you need to be slim, or at least proportionally slim at the waist, to look slim in these no matter what their design. Oh, by the way– he has beautiful hands.
Scott, this photograph is a true testament to that elusive yet necessary element when it comes to men's dressing: swagger. A belted cardigan, on many, would read as too "dandy," but here, he wears it as effortlessly as a blazer. Confidence is everything!
I love this look. A few years ago I thought of an idea of belting a cardigan but decided not to do it out of my own insecurities. I am excited that I am seeing it as a trend and looking as masculine as I knew it would look.
yes, yes, yes bring on autumn I say! Hot lattes and cosy knits, I can hardly wait for the days to turn cold and the leaves to fall…
As for this guy, well done! Usually the very idea this belted, patterned knit cardigan would send a shiver down my spine as cardigans on men can be SUCH a difficult look to pull off. This chap however, just does it perfectly and without looking tubby/naff/overly effeminate or try hard. Its a beautiful thing to behold. X
This man is one very cool character. Whether in Italy or NYC he is dressed warmly! He looks fabulous. The fit of his jeans, the causal t-whirt underneath, and then the belted sweater. How marvelous he looks. Love the Aviator sunglasses too. He is extremely self-confident, nearly gliding down to the street. Love it!
Gorgeous!!!! Love the colors, and the lifted collar. The pattern is so interesting, and itÂ´s placement in the garment slims his body even more. I donÂ´t think this effect would work with with a dark color, white is just perfect.
It looks as though Milan V can wear just about anything he wants to AND get away with it. On lots of other men this would make me think of Val Doonican (1970s British TV show host famous for his sweaters)…
Yes.Yes. Perfect with the indigo wash jeans and the plain white t. The scoop collar on the t-shirt and the popped collar on the sweater accentuate his gorgeous neck. The saved head and the shades keep it edgy. I own these Raybans and they have the wonderful effect of elevating any look to another level. Love 'em.
This is the exact reason why i love pre-fall, fall and post. the ease of the clothes, and the confidence EVERYONE exudes in this seasons clothingâ€¦ people always feel very fashionable in this season… look at himâ€¦ simple wrap cardigan, dark straight leg jeans and a teeâ€¦. looks as if he came straight of the runway of jill sanderâ€¦ yet approachable enough to stop and ask if he has the timeâ€¦
is the same person from FRIDAY, JULY 09, 2010 — Hansom V-Neck man is what I believe was concluded about that photo!
I think you just stalk some Italians that you know will look Good :D Or is it that you come across them again?!? I am so curious, I keep thinking I see people posted more than once… what is your secret… how does this work…
I live out here in a secluded spot on the Left Coast…so, all these guys in that shade of blue, is it that the blue is ubiquitous, or that your eye is caught by that shade of color? out here, it is what I see on the shoulders of the foothills as twilight drops onto the Willamette Valley…
Hhe is great – I think his whole mien has a lot to do wit it.
My only tiny objection is the sleeve length. I wish he had wore them pushed up to show a bit of wrists, as the gentleman bellow does. That's my personal credo for wearing chunky knits – managing the perfect sleeve length.
A great look and beautiful details(buttons)However, works only on the very slim and fit, a bit of a belly would cancel this out as an option! I would prefer a shirt other than a white "undershirt" T, Again, please, I hope Sart. takes more photos of US males to show all those commenting that there are men here who "get it" After all, NY is really a part of Europe!So different from the country West of the Hudson!
With me having a slight obsession with sunglasses I'd say most people can't successfully pull off a pair like that but I suppose he did. My obsession does lean towards Maui Jim and the Maui Jim Sugar Beach model may be a good substitute :)
Seeing this in august reminds me that september is right around the corner. how fast the years disappear is a reminder to take advantage of every opportunity possible. this gentlemen is doing exactly that, taking advantage.
I like the pattern embedded on the cardigan. It looks so intricate yet not trashy and old fashioned to look at. The belt is another plus. Where can I get one of these? or at least something similar? Thanks for posting..
I love the outfit on him, very stylish and masculine.. but let's face it, what really makes this outfit work is the man wearing it. anyone who thinks a belted cardigan can be pulled off by someone with "regular body" is lying to themselves.. this man has the shoulders of an olympic swimmer and the waist size of a Prada model. I would estimate his body fat percentage to be anywhere near 0.01% so yea..
So his name is Milan Vukminovic? Is he a fashion designer or something? Do you know him that you keep shooting him? I was blown away by how sexy he looked in that other pic of him in the v-neck that I put him on my desktop for a while :-) Only a ruggedly good-looking guy like him with a good body can get away with a cardigan. I think it helps that he's bald too – it stops him from looking too pretty.
Co-founder of Colette and Creative Director of Trussardi, Milan Vukmirovic. You can even tell from just this picture that he has style and knows how to project it, if you hadn't already known about his endeavors. Awesome sweater.