L-O-V-E the bag! Knitted sweaters and heavy knit wooljackets are the big thing here in Oslo this season, and there’s no wonder why, when you see a perfect example like this. Also love the khaki chinos.
I have to get myself a Mulberry bag then. Can anyone lend me some money? I think the Puma’s go surprisingly well with the overall look. If I didn’t see his shoes in the pic, I would have said some kind of oxford shoe or leather boot. But the Puma’s are an odd but good choice.
I guess I’m the lone dissenter here. I like the bag, and I admire the jacket as a piece in and of itself, but the outfit just doesn’t work for me. The jacket looks too short to me, and the tapered khaki chinos are just meh. Honestly, if this wasn’t worn by a young good looking guy in Paris with an expensive bag, it would look like an average midwestern grandpa (i.e., my dad). Sorry!
I like the construction of this knit jacket but not the pattern. In fact I am in the middle of making a knit jacket for myself for this season with some elaborate stitching design, but all in one color.
Why is everyone so amazed by the bag? It’s true, it’s a nice bag. It’s Mulberry and it’s been around forever!! The only thing is that it’s all leather and it’s a bit heavy to cary around all day. I heard that they’re making their new bags in thinner, lighter leathers. Hope they’re making this model in lighter leather as well as i’ve given up carrying mine for some time now… My new favorite is the new Pierre Hardy men’s bag…
By the way, I LOVE the jacket!!! Where’s it from? Comme des garcons?
Great pic, Sart. I love the knit jacket on this young chap. I have seen an Orvis cardigan sweater that looks almost identical to this. I do not care for the bag, and the white “sneakers” are an abomination, IMO. Otherwise, this is a nice look.
This is how people should look when they are popping out on a sunday morning to get coffee. I would prefer boots, maybe brown suede chukka’s or some moccasin boots, but those are obvious choices which in some ways take away from the casual simplicity of this look.
This is in my top five looks for men in The Sartorialist. The fair-isles type jacket/cardigan fits him beautifully and the salmon colored t-shirt and charcoal button down is a great combination. Really makes the reddish colors in the jacket stand out. The Mulberry bag is so classy and contrast nicely with this casual look. I’d like to see what else is in his closet.