I really, really like the second one. Dude looks totally killer with those birkinstock looking sandals and the sunglasses. Love the embroidery on the cap. The accessories really make this outfit exceptionally rad in my opinion.
I like seeing kids in clothes that fit, no matter the state of the economy. And I have a creepy, sneaking suspicion that the 2nd guy isn't wearing beneath that…robe? Grudgingly gives him points for swagger.
Love the photos.. but the second one the outfit just seems to be very biblical. without the beard.. almost like the sermon the mount!!! What a different way to stay cool on a hot day though!! You wouldnt see that her in Australia I dont think..
I like the first photo of the gentleman and the little boy wearing matching outfits. Very seldom do you see father and son doing that and I really love it. I also like the fact that the little boy is leading the way. All of it looks very natural. Awesome photo
The outfit the father and son are wearing in the first pic looks alot like the traditional/festive Ethiopian clothing for men and boys. Intresting that someone in Paris is wearing this. Where did it come from?
I love this. The natural fabrics, the way they pull it off … and when it's a 30Â°C hot summer day in the city I can't think of anything better than this. Better than men in boring shirts and shorts in soooo many ways.
LOVE the father-son photo! the same look is different but just right on each of them. and I also love that the men in both photos still look masculine, even though the outfits are not distinctly so (and in the case of the bottom one, conventionally feminine). anyway, a very cool take on white for summer in both pics.
In the first picture, the man is wearing a kurta, pyjama (drawstring pants). The common man's 'outfit' here in India, its usually worn as a night suit. The little boy's type of kurta is different, its usually worn as a casual shirt. He is wearing his kurta with a lose churidar. Churidar is a bias cut drawstring pant.
The cap that the second guy is wearing, we have something similar here called Kulu Topi. A lot of Muslim men wear crochet caps like this one.
Kurtas, like the ones in the first pic, are traditional wear for men and boys in India. Casual, comfortable, and definitely summer. Fathers and sons often wear the same style kurtas – most likely bought from the same store at the neighbourhood market.. :) the cloth is usually amazing for summers – soft and flowing. very very good stuff…
The man and child – photo at once says pretentious and cult-ish. That said the man has a peaceful vibe about him and the little boy seems happy enough…although I can't image them popping into MacDonalds for a lunchtime happy meal!
this is similar to what Muslims wear when they go to their pilgrimage. This guy just stole the idea. Millions of people are wearing this right now, not just in Europe or Paris, wherever this is. Why all of a sudden it gets so much attention now that the Sart has it on his blog?