I can’t say this works for me. The too skinny pant, the oversized jackets and sweaters. I have never been fond of the emasculated skinny male waif. Not advocating overt machismo, just masculinity. This is what I find so disturbing in the current male model look, the man vs boy syndrome.
Meh. I prefer to see the full spectrum and not just all polar ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ and applied to specific sexes. Humans should be way more interesting than that. I think this look suits him perfectly.
Hehehe bet they punched the air and screamed as soon as Mr Sartorialist had gone around the corner. I find their look pretty familiar but I love how the photograph itemises the similarities between them and frames them between the woman in the green cape and the yellow bag/blue jacket on the right.
Umbrella walking stick good. Tip should be insulated from the rest, though, if metal. Snow equals static equals charging up and skirts lifting. Always be armed with parasol, stick, distance-keeper, but do not be danger to oneself by carrying a charge.
Yes, I suppose Liverpool is still in England. Anyway, how do you know where this chap’s Docs are from? Did he take them off so you could look inside?
My point was that they are now also made in China and Thailand so you have to check to make sure that what you’re buying are the British-made ones. According to some quick research, “the vintage collection is made in England and they cost about $60 more than the other ones.”
Kelseyfromtheblock knows the Docs are from Liverpool bc she happens to know the young man in the photo and where he got them. And I know this because I am mother of the young man wearing the Docs. And yes, the boots were made in England. I like the oxblood color but blue ones sound pretty cool too.