Lately I have serious trouble opening the photos on your blog, never happened to me only with your photos in the last month. I mention this to you for information because it is annoying. However, good entry for 2010, in your line, color, hard, hope to settle the problem, I have friends who consult regularly to your blog tell me the same!!! from BCN
The shrunken jacket, the head-supporting scarf, the constant repetition of red, the trousers which, due to the red flecks reminds me of go-to-hell trousers, it's all a little comical isn't it. That said, he's a stylish clown, and another example of the variety of colourful people in NYC.
I'm pretty sure someone could wear ANYTHING bizarre and ppl would find it "amazing." I guess that's what I love about NYC though. Still….some things CAN look off. I think the guy is probably fun and eclectic, but not sure I love this combo.
Is he on his way in to the flea market, to deposit his outfit? Or on his way out, having assembled this hotchpotch? It's a real pity that nothing fits; the style indiosyncrasies would be great if things hung better.
Critter pants are more of a summer look, IMHO, but I think it is great that he manages to pair them with a patterned jacket and makes it work! I really dont care for the shoes, even though I think in this particular example they make him look like a fashion guy and more like someone who just banged a great outfit together and with no effort. Great look! Jorge from WPB
I love how the color red is very minimal on the whole outfit yet it makes the ensemble stand out. Notice the red signs on the yellow poster in the background and the red on the plastic bags on the chair next to him. Amazing photography. Good job!!!!!
I want to go to any flea market where I can look at people dressed like him, most of them out here in northern ca. are filled with people that look like they rolled out of bed and went to the flea market with one exception, you must go to Alameda Antique market, 1st Sunday every month, among the sad dressers you will find some very cool people.
I agree with the person that asked if he was leaving this outfit at the flea market! Lose the pants, shoes, and get a jacket that fits and you could have something to work with. Although, I do love the attempt, attitude, and the colors!
I am excited and happy When my brother is a respected Have met with your snap him this the right times. I am not surprised that his style of dress you will be noticeable and has been posted up blog…Because he is knowledgeable about fashion and clothing store owner with style name Bangklyn Project @2Fl Siam, bkk thailand…more about his shop >http://theportastylistic.blogspot.com/2009/11/portas-eyesbangklyn-thailand.html ;-)
Love when people, specially men's, mix patherns, dare to mix patherns. After growp up thinkning that this was wrong, now I'm a fan of mix without shame. It works, it totally works. All the colors fit with each others. And maybe he didn't realize it.
gosh, i want to escape to new york sometimes! this is terrific! your blog is such an offering. thank you for the adventure in 2009, adn look forward to more in 2010. i voted for you for best fashion blog in the 2010 bloggies!!
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ WOWWWWW !! HIS PANTS IS JUST INCREDIBLE ! IT'S A REAL PLEASURE FOR ME TO SEE THAT SOME PEOPLE ( LIKE ME ) REALLY DARE WEAR WHAT THEY WANT ! YOU'RE DOING A GREAT JOB MISTER SARTORIALIST !! THANK YOU FOR ALL THESE ISPIRING PHOTOS ! KISS ! =============================================================
I find that this person is dressed impeccably, as a true professionist of the fashion system. I would like also once again to congratulate with the photographer, because quick snapshots like this one and like all those who you usually do on the streets, require years of experience before knowing how to do
Scott, I'm a blogger to! I'm only eleven so please forgive me if my comment is as polished as the others……anyway I have recently started a blog called velobelle.wordpress.com and I'm so excited! I have seen alot of your blog and I LOVE it! thank you for reading this!
The detail on his pants remind me of Miu Miu s/s 2010. Haha! Looks like he knows what he's doing…the green gloves really stand out to me and contrast with the red in his outfit quite nicely. Great blog, I will keep reading!
My dear Dad had pants like those, in green corduroy for winter. Definitely a man unafraid of making sartorial statements. I know how cold it's been in NYC this January and just wonder why this fellow isn't wearing a proper overcoat? Go buy one at the flea market!
The nicely-textured jacket would be OK if proportioned to fit better over the cardigan the man is wearing underneath it. However, I still think that the pants are more Ringling Brothers than Brooks Brothers.
I love this site and the blog, just don't care too much for this out fit. Looks like homeless person chic, I think there is too much going on. While some of the pieces work well by themselves, I believe this is too much for me. Keep up the good work, I visit just about every day.