i LOVE the mix of street fashion mixed in with runways with these posts. I also love the man in the camel jacket and the hint of the patterned shirt underneath. It's the perfect on trend shout out to the 70s but simultaneously keeping it current.
I don't have to love everyone's outfit to appreciate the sense of being comfortable with your own style and OWNING it. Both of these men do that.
Must we always become so hung up on what Scott is trying to say? Just look at this photograph in its entirety!
The colors in the background, the sun beginning to drop, the rich and varied hues of color the two gentleman are wearing. Height variations and poses of the two men. I could go on and on. Sometimes it not all about the clothing!
A beautifully composed photograph. Thank you Scott for sharing beauty.
Some of you are really silly, This is a perfect example of personal style. The man in the green is wearing the most simple pieces – jeans, loafers, button up but in a personal creative fun way. Bravo! I LOVE!
Oh baby. Why aren't their stylish men like this in my city!! I categorically hate rolled pants and loafers but I'm almost willing to excuse them for this gentleman. And the guy in back personifies taking a look that can be hard to swing without looking overly retro and making it work because you're confident in your own skin. Bravo.
The photos/clothes are always wonderful on the blog – but when you catch a feeling, the feeling of being in the presence of these people, when the photo conveys some kind of atmosphere, when it intrigues, when I want to know more about these people – that's amazing photography. This photo is amazing photography.
Some photos on the blog are observations of trends, of expensive, high fashion. But what I love is the real people – not the moneyed perfection, rather when a photo catches the style, the lifestyle, of someone. These men are fabulous.
These guys look so stylish. The guy in the green especially knows how to put together classics in a very unique way.
What I am confused about are some of the comments. Why do we have to think of the "Fresh Prince of Bel Aire" or "Coming to America". I've watched both, and I am not seeing the similarities, except for the skin color.
Not feeling the camo snap back. Other than that I love the combination and placement of the accessories on the young man on the left. The man on the right, as someone mentioned, has a very nice presence. His shoes are great too.
A very artistic shot. The camo, the diagonal stripes, the tall and shorter, one facing and the other turned. These guys look like thinkers and I'd really like to hear one of their conversations. The shot would also be good converted to paint – in a loose style, not too precise. It's just good, without needing a lot of explanation. Their fashion is their own. It hasn't been dictated to them, I think.