Ah. oh..cool, I like the fabric of the cape, it looks kindof short for him, but he can pull it off, the cape should just a little longer, but cool looking. Thanks for posting! Always interesting to see what you post!
As always…beautiful shot, but in this stream of examples on how to pull off the cape look, this shot is the example of what not to do. This looks absurd, as if he was dressing on a cruel dare or randomly pulled garments from, and dressed in, an unlit room.
this is SO unflattering–he no longer has any shoulders. & the leng5h looks like he wore a kids size. Contrast with the fabulous gray one on the girl you photoed–a cape needs some shape, otherwise looks like you cut a neckhole in a tablecloth.
He looks very serious about his cape. I think if I saw him I would laugh.
Menswear must at least nod towards practicality. I guess I would buy capes as menswear as replacements for, say, raincoats, in which case they'd be longer. This one is probably worn for warmth but has got to be drafty, being so short. And if it ever got wet it looks like it would smell like a wet sheep.
I like this young man, and recognize him from a previous photograph you took of him during your orange and brown week, as I call it, last month. He is a dream and looks fantastic wearing his cape. For some reason, this man can really pull off a look that for most, would really turn your eye in the other direction. I like his style which to me is raw but somehow polished.
I have seen this man on here before and each time I took note of palette issues which causes him to look awash in yellow. From the undertones in his skin to his bleached yellow hair and the pale beige in his cape. It doesn't do much to make him look healthy or well put together but then again that may not be the look he is going for.