I'll always, always, always say no to black. Anytime, anywhere, male of female, day or night. No, no, no! Phew!
Now that it feels better, a tuxedo is an exception, of course. People always tell you, "oh you can't go wrong with black". Contradiction your honor! Style and elegance are a lot about self confidence in chosing your color scheme. Wearing black only highlights one's lack of self confidence in trying something else more appropriate for the season or the time. Xavier
This outfit/look feels a bit contived to me. Moschino has done a safety pin jacket this season that's had lots of editorial coverage – maybe this guy was inspired by it, because I think he made that T-shirt himself. With the done hair and the Doc Martins, I feel he is trying too hard. Most of your subjects are interesting exactly because they look like they were born in their outfits – their clothes and their characters are one. None of the people in your the best pictures seem like they were up all night pinning their T-shirts.
I do not care for the look. Seems to be trying so hard, I like it when its effortless. You can tell he has been planning to wear this shirt for fashion week; and waited for the day to do so. Not a fan.
I think that people who say he is trying too hard, obviously does not know who he is. Pelayo is amazing. He is a aspiring designer and has great style. Also he has that hair style for a looong time, it is practically his trademark.
He is sexy and all, yes people, but you can't get away with an over shoulder jacket unless you're in Italy in summer, and DIY shirts have never been cool! His legs are a little too thin for the outfit as well, especially with the doc martins cementing him down. Doesn't look like he would move very well.
To the person who asked "so what if his look is inspired by Moschino" or "so what if he pinned his own T-shirt" – you are right, I would much rather have a world of people like him than uninspired grey mice. But he is out there on the streets posing (he even managed to get Scott to take his picture), wanting to be noticed (one person commented he is an aspiring designer) so he is hopefully aware people are going to judge him. The Charbonnell bag is absolutely not a coincidence – he's planned this look very carefully.