He is a sweet young man! Thanks for the front and back views! The green color of the jacket is wonderful, as are his stance and smirk. Also the green on the building – love the artistic quality of the photos – with the taxi and spire in the background
Cool jacket, nice details, beautiful colour, it looks really good on him. I like it when men use colour well. I’m not crazy about the rolled cuffs either but at least he’s wearing jeans that fit reasonably ok and he’s not exposing his underwear, the waistband isn’t around his thighs or the crotch around his knees; i really hope that tend will die a death this summer…
love this jacket…reminds me of the jackets worn during the Italian Renaissance…did he mention where he found this jacket or who is the designer? I like everyone love the green color…kind of a mix between green apple and puce…lol…but it works..and love his attitude…style is 90% attitude.
Love the jacket – the back has a doublet Tudor/Toreador look, and the front has that long zipper! It’s the perfect green to with the black – not too sure about the shoes and the rolled up trousers, but a good look all-in-all.
I disagree. Yes: Gorgeous face. Great shoes. The green of the jacket is beautifu. He is dandy enough, however without the “peplum-ish waist detail”. It’s different yes, but not wonderful in my opinion.
There aren’t many guys who can pull off the jacket length along with the cuffed pants, yet he makes it work. And that splash of green in an otherwise monochromatic look is brilliant. marC missiontomurse.blogspot.com
With that face (and hair!), he could be wearing a plum velvet duster with a frothy lace ascot and I’d think he was perfect. I’m guessing that jacket (borrowed from the women’s dept. no?) is just a bare hint of the attitude within…
I wonder if the bag was an accessory or a purchase… and if it was a purchase what was inside… if it was an accessory what was inside? Yes this has filled me with wonder, and judging by his gaze this was his intent. Wonderful!
I’m not so into the peplum waist and would like the jacket better without it. But I love the front view- black contrasting with the green and the white on the shoes. Even the shopping bag looks good with it. Very nice!
Either zips have a different ‘handedness’ in different parts of the world, or this is definitely a man’s jacket. The moving part of the zip is on the (model’s) left hand side – which is exactly where it would be in the UK on a man’s garment.