Well, of course I am reminded of the person who suggested an LL Bean bag instead of Goyard a few shots back! Perfect timing. Personally, I think my big black Goyard shopper w/o stripes is so plain and utilitarian it could have worked here, esp. since this guy looks a a lot taller than me! It is the only butch shape by the way. As always on the sartorialist a great look.
This is an amazing outfit, in so many respects. The plaid jacket, paired with those pants and wonderful shoes are obviously the main players. But then the dash of red on the man-bag (cos that’s what it is), brilliant. Slick smart casual look, I like it a lot.
I love the whiff of 60′s urbanism about this look; I honestly can’t tell if the jacket and shirt are vintage or Etro (although I suspect they’re both new), and he’s really successfully assembled this idiosyncratic outfit. With his hair and beard, he reminds me of those earnest students who drafted the Port Huron statement! SDS! But the details are thoroughly contemporary, in cut and material. Cool.
Sandman_gr, look closely at his sweater: it’s not black, it looks like it’s a very dark petrol blue–maybe even with a bit of a marl–with an olive crew neck. The blue is picked up in the paisley and the olive in the darker colors of the jacket AND the paisley. Genius, imho.
Witty ensemble, the bag is neither here nor there, in fact it is wonderfully unself-concious, and not at all studied, which is good. His hairstyle and beard are brave, but they work bacause he is an individualist. Well done.