That first subject is, in my humble opinion, the finest specimen man these eyes have ever seen. I usually find the combination of black and brown to be boring and drab, but with his cheekbones, complexion, and the lustrous colour of his hair, he makes it work.
Keep up the wonderful photography! You give me something to look forward to each day.
Does anyone know if I can “mod” my beat-up chucks like the man in the first picture for that no-shoelaces look? How is that done? Is the tongue just sewn to the shoe, or do you have to buy them that way?
yeah… I guess. For one thing, tan pants and a white shirt is not a stark contrast. Second the shoes on that guy are just a shame. And the guy in the black top and shorts? C’mon! Just because it’s Swedish doesn’t make it right. Maybe it’s because I’m from the San Francisco Bay Area where we have real style. Now, I won’t say that the gentlemen are not handsome, but is this a model search or a style blog?
mhm! their looks are totally ok but they look like thousands of young men here in stockholm. what is missing is a positive attitude coming trough the picture or a glimmer in the eyes…just two pretty and well dressed guys. well, not so special, isn’t it?
The white shoes are plimsoles made by a company called Dek. Depending on where you buy them from they can be extremely cheap to overpriced. The trend is getting pretty tired now and you can hardly move without seeing them on the street. They are great with any outfit, and anybody can wear them, even American men.
Those plimsolls may be yesterday’s news in Europe, but I sure hope they make their way over here to the US (our fashion always seems to be 1 year behind Europe, and here in Seattle, we’re 2 years behind everyone else! I’m just sick and tired of guys wearing clunky thick soled cross trainers, chunky skate shoes, and ‘moon boot’ basketball sneakers. Those plimsolls are light simple and sophisticated. The only problem is that they look like womens’s Keds, and the average American man is way too sexually insecure to wear anything that he feels may be construed as remotely ‘feminine’. And the market for the few American men with any sense of style may be too small the be profitable