Sartorialist is amazing. These images are so natural- the best thing about these pictures are the facial expressions, the fact that these people don't see fashion as "stuck up", it is a natural process, thank you for your work.
thanks Sart! incentive for me to lose weight and get my waistline back so i can wrap a sweater like green/blue lady! on a "more profound" note: beautiful colors – studied, but casual elegance. love this woman!
The guy on the right with the jeans on looks so cool and composed. Despite me thinking he's not the main intention of the picture; the chilled out aura he seems to radiate makes him stand out even more to me.
And the lady's idea of using her sweater to add a bit of flavour to her dress is simply amazing.
WWWAAAHHHH!That's exactly the thing I like to see on this blog:well dressed people ,as Anitane said, so natural.The look of the men in Italy is wonderful and how inspiring (and inspired too).Fashion is about REAL people and not zombies-models on cold runaways. Ladies I got a question for you.Do you think sartorialists are more attractive guys?
What a great way to carry around a sweater! I'm always stuck somewhere freezing to death and I hate bringing a sweater with me because I hate carrying it! Can't believe I had never thought of this before!
I finally realized it. I have a problem with navy blue. It has always been… too close to black and clashes with it. But I'm seeing on this site that navy and black are being mixed. Sorry, can't deal with it… yet. Also, navy has airs. It's too crisp for it's own good. See, I've got a problem with it. Not that I love black all that much.
So with these two pics I prefer the bottom one because the blue is dark, but it's not navy. And I love the combo of that gorgeous green and blue. Really great! I'll look for pieces to do that with.
you have managed to capture so many well groomed gentlemen; most recently first pic "green & blue al milano" and "modern sleek, milano" … these gentlemen, and various others, outshine the gentlewomen :)
Great shots as usual, but I miss your daily full coverage of Firenze, Milano and Paris. I checked your GQ Link, but just a slideshow with pictures from your main site…. We were so spoiled by you in the past….
People are suggesting the man in the jeans should have been left out of the picture, however the juxtaposition of the two styles is what makes them both work so well. Also, that picture perfectly sums up what makes this blog so good – capturing the different levels at which style exists. Great!
Oooooo-la! Sir Sartorialist you've outdone yourself. Usually I think you do men much better than women. What I mean is, the men you capture are stunning icons of style; the women (for me) often don't quite suffice. But this woman is my favourite ever. Divine green dress, the best jumper-round-the-waist technique ever (I've already used it!) and the yellow/gold is picked up in her strappy shoes and specs. Bravissimo!
itÂ´s unbelievable i loved this jacket from the first moment i saw it on this blog. not long time ago i found this jacket in milano in my size. itÂ´s from lesentier. i wore the jackets only a few times in front in the mirror and closed the buttons and then all the button seams unfasten. it was so an expensive jacket and such a poor quality :-(