Yes, its correct – this blazer is crocheted, and fully handmade, stitches on edges done backwards. Somebody with great attention to details and shape made this piece. REALLY WELL DONE! Bravo!
and, as always, nice shot, and hot guy!
it's a sweater and it looks far too small for him. and slim cuts only make slim people look slim. they make large men look like they're stuffed into a burrito wrapper. don't generalize based on what works on skinny folk.
You have to be really thin to pull this off… he looks fantastic and the fit is amazing, I completely agree with the sleeves I recently had all my suits modified for slimmer sleeves once Scott pointed it out "they're made so they fit everybody with fat wrists". This wide cuff thing is going too far. BTW look at the shoulders that jacket is really well made, the shape is a wonder to look at.
Uhhmmm…KNITWEAR. I love it each day more.It's a mix of luxury and simplicity,comfort and -some times- discret elegance.It takes me to the pictures of the times between the two world wars(self-made and poverty but also Chanel and Sciaparelli).It was yesterday – my childhood – when my mother made me so many sweaters. I agree with Misantropic Pulp opinion's.
Gorgeous jacket! I have an old black Ralph Lauren sweater blazer and I wear it constantly. I like everything he is wearing – his jeans, t-shirt, and plaid scarf are all beautiful. It's a fantastic casual but elegant look.
I totally agree this is a very flattering style. The thin sleeve makes the armhole very high which visually lengthens the waist making the guy look taller and slimmer. This is why the British cut of tailored jacket is so flattering, because the armhole is cut high.