Not a big fan of Ascots personally, but this one is pulled off very nicely. The jeans are sporty without being sloppy and the jacket is marvellous. Very very well done. Pity that we cannot see the shoes!
Nice shot…however, the patterns on the blazer and on the scarf don’t work for me…the layering idea is there, but the execution isn’t ideal; to me the beauty in layering is whether all the elements complement each other, and here, they just seem to stack on top of one another. Black belt is also out of tone.
Lovely look – he makes it appear so effortless and fluid. I adore that scarf – great colors. I wonder what shoes he wearing? I hope they’re chestnut brown and highly polished! I like the way you’ve caught his hands, Sart.
Well, IÂ´m sure that with that layering on his upper body,he will survive the fall in Paris.The clothes look as if they were just picked and put on and IMO thatÂ´s the whole idea. I kinda feel that clothes in general are not so important to him(?)
Nice colors and the layers look cozy and warm, but the jacket and cardigan look too small for him. Maybe it’s just the way he’s holding his arms, but as it is now, he’s going to get cold winds nipping at his navel, and the pockets of his jacket are practically in his armpits.
I definitely need an ascot, I love the cut of the blazer, especially the pockets! This is a great look, I can’t help but find the pattern on the jacket and the scarf a little less then perfect. Maybe the scarf should be brighter? Or maybe the jacket more subdued?
I love this look. Question: I’m short (5’7) with big curly blonde hair… Does anyone have suggestions on how to pull the ascot look off without it makin me look like i’m trying too hard? firstname.lastname@example.org
In general, he looks great, though I agree that the ascot is a bit much, even if its color and pattern are a good addition to the rest. Also – why did he leave the APC tag on his jeans’ belt loop? It reminds me of how some people used to leave that leather Coach label/fob on their belts or bags.
Very dandyish style. Love the jacket, eventhough it is a bit short for my taste. Uncommon from you this kind of shot, Sart… we can’t see the shoes… were they not worth it? The hands very much remind me of Cocteau’s hands: he was a dandy and was very much in love with his hands, always with cuffs folded… or too short.
The jacket is very short and trendy and this is a trend I like. I love the way his cuffs are looking. The scarf looks fine with the shirt and cardigan but doesn’t perfectly relate to the jacket- the patterns fail to work together in scale, I think is the problem, but it’s not a major thing. I’d be uncomfortable with my sweater that short but I don’t mind the way it looks here. Altogether very nice. I’m so glad it’s Autumn- I think cool weather is the best for dressing. Things get interesting now.
looks generally good but do people realize how incredibly short this jacket is? even the bottom button is way above his natural waist, and the bottom of the jacket barely covers his jeans’ front pockets. this is extreme, and i’m a thom browne fan! when he sits down, his jacket will rise above the back of his trousers — this will be problematic to say the least.