I’ve been wondering for a time now whow men can cop the whole pants in boots trend women do so well with looking like a pirate or superhero,tho action figures are good muses, and he’s done well ..to the T,even
I love the bag and the boots !! I discovered these days your blog and I love it ! It’s amaizing the feeling that in the other part of the world (I’m in Romania – SE of EU) is walking on the street warching other people cloths…it’s a little recognizing that everyone could be imortalized..in that minute..that special minute of his/her life on the street ..I loved it .. thank you :)
Eccentricity does make for un bon style. (a lot of the time) i like the hair, it adds a little rocknroll to his look.. also like the tie-v-neck-cardigan-combo. and the composition of the shot as always – wonderful.
It looks too theatrical. Nothing wrong with that, but the boots and the bag and the hair is too much. Maybe lose 2 and keep the one you like. It’s just what I think, he still looks good. Better than wearing khakis/blue shirt and black leather shoes with 4 inch rubber soles.
Whenever I first see a SartPic I always wonder what moved Sart to raise his camera? Scarves for sure and any sort of gentlemanliness, but this one is a bit of a puzzle. I think Sart is into ties (scarfyness) and he has embraced the Thom Browne shrunk thing; he likes a “worn in” look but this guy is a puzzler; the hair really troubles me; did Sart ask the guy to ditch his bandana ?
Great photo, Sart. You’ve managed to capture perfectly this young gentleman’s beautiful cardigan and v-neck vest. And those boots! Simply wonderful. The leather bag looks interesting; I only hope there aren’t dismembered body parts in it (judging by this guy’s facial expression, I wouldn’t doubt it). But the piece de resistance of this photo is the hair. Amazing. I haven’t seen hockey hair like that in years. You’ve outdone yourself again, Sart. Well done.
It’s nice to see when a person can be stylish and yet have an air of “Oh, I just threw this thing together.” It shows talent to be able to look stylish without giving the impression that you tried to hard.
The combinations are great, but the pants are waaaaay too tight. I wish the sweater and cardigan were not the same length. I think it adds to the feeling of the clothes being too small for his body. I would also suggest something be done with the hair, but I get the impression that his hair is his calling card.
I love the print on the V-neck. The Wellington boots are nice too, and I wouldn’t mind seeing men in that pants-in-boots style around here in Boston (which I’ve never seen here). I wish he was smiling though, it wouldn’t make the photo anymore brilliant than it is but he creeps me out a bit (he looks a tad menacing and the hair doesn’t help).
I feel like if I were to sit down and chat with this guy he’d be an intense conspiracy theorist sipping coffee black of course, but wouldn’t be caught dead in star bucks. Just got that face to him. not too mention that great outfit mr sartorialist you just never disappoint to make my imagination run. your shots make me believe in style, creativity, and true character again and again.
I really like this. Boots are excellent and tucked in without looking too “trendy”. And if he was smiling, I think it would ruin the whole thing. You have to believe that he just doesn’t give a damn, he woke up, through all this on, this is who he is, take it or leave. I’m buying into it big time.
he has lovely legs, just right in my opinion. i would have him just the way he is. i like his direct stare right back at you, it makes me think that he is interested in people & quite thoughtful. plus – his hair is not unclean, it looks just like mine when i washed it the night before. soft waves.
the outfit caught my attention & for me – the red in the boots & vest pull it all together.
Really interesting to read the comments and then try to guess the sex/age etc of the author. Nothing nails it better than a pic which creates a geat commentary about one aspect; in this one it’s the hair, simple, just the hair. Could he do this “look” without the wacko hair; nope. Personally I hate that hair, but come on, this is street theater.
it’s exactly the hair, boot, bag combo that make this look so interesting… as well as the expression. It reminds me of a friend of mine, who really cared about how he dressed, but really didn’t care what other people think of it. i imagine his expression means, “what you want to take a picture?” If all (or two, as one person mentioned) of those things weren’t there, the look would be really great, but it would be entirely different.