He’s standing in front of the auto repair garage next to the gas station
on the corner of Lafayatte and Houston
across the street from the Puck Building.
I lived a few blocks from there
when I was about his age.
I never rolled up my jeans, sockless.
But I must admit to being
a proto-hipster twenty-odd years ago.
This is the 3rd time (not from you) that I have seen Carharrt gear in a post. I did hear those zip up garage suits are the warmest things!
I like the color of his shoes and how his slim frame suits the clothing-He also has lovely cheekbones !
Great contrast to the girl in the hat below. While her beanie magically adds to her outfit, his beanie does more to fulfil the hipster stereotype. Seems run of the mill today, I wonder what people will say in 40 years…
Love this guys look. Simple, but perfectly executed. When will people learn that excellent style isn’t a matter of wearing something never before seen by man or beast. Great style is this. Its wearing something simple and fitting where all the pieces work together perfectly. These are the kind of pictures that inspire me. The only reason he could “look like every other person ” is that someone looking doesn’t have a good eye for detail.
Shoes without socks. Sorry but I am not down with this trend. On a chilly rainy night in London last night, I watched as so many men walked past with bare ankles. Why? Why are they doing this to themselves? Apart from the discomfort, why deny yourself the opportunity to get fashion-funky with sockage? MacGuffin just does not understand…
He works at the OAK store which is near lafayette / houston st. , he has been helping me with finding the shoes i was searching. nice seeing him on this site.. he is unbeliveably chill, i wish i could get to know him. unfortunatley these guys seem not to exist over here in europe..
This is a great response from guys who ask, “how can i look cool in jeans and a shirt,” this gentlemen is how…
Also Scott, i know it’s time consuming but i really like it when you explain why you took a picture and what it was about the textures, proportions etc. that the person is wearing that drew you to them. It educates me about how to dress.
What’s interesting to me about him is how his interesting combination of formal and casual gives his style a bit of an edge, a line to which my eye keeps returning. Hat slouched back, jeans loosely rolled, but a formal style of shoe laced tight, shirt-cuffs buttoned, shirt buttoned all the way, even his posture halfway between a slouch and a military stance
thats twice that pesky carharrt logo has appeared on that same same brown hat. cut it off people… theyre not paying you to advertise their stuff. a logo aint styling. otherwsire sharp as a needle and great pic to boot
I’ve been following the weblog for some time and had encouraged me not even comment. Without having doubt, the report says is completely genuine, despite the fact that some men and women may possibly feel in a different way.