if he’s looking for attention…that scarf will get it. i think its a bit much, and i hate to have that much bulk under my chin. i like a slim scarf that seems more like an accessory than a dominate element. its just out of proportion. besides…how cool would it have been if his spring green scarf was more in sink with the young green grass just poking up between the stones. would have been much appropriate. its a great photo. i would just like to make three scarfs from that much material.
The scarf is obviously the focal point, but personally I love more the contrast between the gray of his trousers and his jacket; and his pose, with his thumbs hooked out of his pockets. So much attitude in that pose.
it is wonderful to see a man with an expensive looking haircut. quality shoes – quality everything for that matter. This reminds me of the 80′s Armani adds – where everything looks just like life — but as you say Sart – just a bit better…He is always so calmly appealing – not easy for someone so in the fashion limelight.
Great scarf against a great background – I love green. If only more men would wear scarves. Unfortunately, it doesn’t get too cold here in Western Australia, so there’s not much need for scarves for 10 and a half months of the year! It’s a real shame.
Only thing I don’t love about the scarf is the way it’s tied — i hate that loopy thing fashionistas do. It looks way to contrived to me. Makes me feel like the scarf is not about keeping warm at all. It would look better if it was tied in a more casual way. Just my two scents about effortless style as opposed to… well, you know what i mean.