No way its and apron…jezzzz . im torturing my mind too to realise what it is .look at all the details on him.i doubt he works behind of a counter and if he is im sure he would take the apron down before leaving. lets ask Scott if he has his number , we can call him and ask him politely hihihihi. i volunteer!!!
The Pirates cap is interesting. Normally this is a hip-hop style, and this gent both references hip-hop culture through the cap and distances himself from it by crimping the bill ever so slightly (whereas current hip-hop style seems to be completely flat across the front). Or that’s how I “read” it, in any event. Maybe he’s from Pittsburgh, and I have overthought the issue completely.
While I will say it it well done in these photos, I think too often this trend is ill-thought out.
Often, especially in Europe, I have seen people mixing basketball, baseball, and worse, wearing teams with rivalries together.
One should be careful not to overmix, and choose a team with at least a small degree of background knowledge. Most importantly, one should not assume these teams are brands (for example “UCLA” is not just “uck-laaa” it is an abbreviation for the University of California, Los Angeles).
I’m seeing this more and more but mostly on kids (here in Holland).
Not just sports teams shirts, socks & whatever but it seems like the whole sports wear thing is very present. I gotta say, I like it. The fits of these clothes, the modern fabrics and the comfort represents being active.
All sportswear is awful, especially the most loathsome attire ever created – the ubiquitous baseball cap. It’s all cheap (in look and materials not price tag!), it’s nylon, it’s exploitative and millions of people wear this shapeless lurid rubbish like sheep. Think differently and when the world zigs, zag. Rant over . . .
Dear Satorialist, “I’m thinking about yellow pants”………
I’m so uncertain, do you have any advice or inspireing pics?
Love your blog so much, checking it several times a day, thank you for all the inspiration!!!!