i don’t usually like striped sweaters on men – i think they can look infantile, make men look like mommy’s boys) but this one is super-cool – who’s it by? Lucien Pellat-Finet? the combats and the sneakers? now sadly, they are infantile…
At first I thought that this is a guy who just pulled something out of his closet,but when I enlarged the picture I noticed that he has 3 tshirts on and they are meaningfully pulled on a bit sloppily.The pants lay loose too and the green bag repeats the green on his top tshirt.And naturally -sneakers.Well,this works on a youngish,good looking guy,but the rest of us :Bewhere!
Hi, I think this guy did a great job, it’s so well composed! The layers, the trousers and then… he sadly wears that white sneakers. Don’t mistake me, I like sneakers, but perhaps the color wasn’t the best choice. Franz
Sart, I am in love with this layered knitwear you are capturing on la rue des Paris! The gent in the photo of “that hat, That smile” and none this strapping young buck with his chipper strips over a solid. J’LOVE! It is always amazing to me how Parisian men can buy easy pieces and recreate them in a intellectual and street worthy way. Of course, it is his tote that wins the ribbon, fantastic. Cheers, Jamesy
i hate to be a negative voice in a matter that is so superficial, but i have to say the comment calling this chap a “peter pan” was spot on. this is great if your 12-21. but come on…i would expect more from a 21 y.o. it would be great to be carefree enough to dress anyway i wish.
Some of you guys need to lighten UP! I am annoyed that a few are saying there is an age limit to having fun with stripes and color and going for JOY in life by doing so! Soon you will look older than your chronological age because of your narrow myopic viewpoint.. Get away from the computer and go to Burning Man.
You’ve got it all wrong guys (and girls)! Sart did a nice shot because, like he says, it is a question of eyes, not of look. You’re making comments on T-shirts and bags, but look at the guy and what relies inside: this is what is shown on that picture, here. I wonder who he is: 3 T-shirts for 3 different cultures ? A “40 year old guy who works” like Sart says ? Anyway, sometimes, model transcends stuff…
I think this is a nice example of pure casual and youthful elegance. A gentleman can be tastefully playful at times and this man captures this youthful elegance in a mature and delightful manner. Hats off!