Once again-girl or boy,boy or girl.Well I suppose this is a boy and a boy who really looks untidy and sloppy.The hair,the dress or pants and then there are the shoes,I donÂ´t think they even look funny.This picture is not funny.
I, too, had trouble getting past the hair, but from the neck down this guy does have some terrific personal style going on. He’s working a look that seems completely his own.
I’ve been disappointed with the shots lately, not finding anything to be inspired by — too much schlumpiness mistaken for style — and I thought this guy was the last straw, but then I looked again. Turns out he is just what I come to this blog for. A look at a person who really put his own spin on getting dressed in the morning.
i cicked to see the comments because i thought this is a truly “original” style so i was shocked to see people disiking this outfit.
For me this is am example where you don’t have to look “fancy” or “hipster” to be stylish. This guy really has his own style, his own liking to clothes. It’s very diiferent, but he looks comfortable. Anyway, i really like his style and that nest hair.
He reminds me off early day Beck, when he had his first hit “Loser”. I also like Beck’s style back then.
It is kind of funny to hear people criticize the hairstyle, because I believe this handsome androgyne is the celebrated hair and makeup artist, Aaron DeMay.
The moment people start to wonder if it’s a boy or a girl, they are curious–and maybe even intrigued or confused too! This alone makes the style noteworthy, even if it doesn’t seem to “work” in everyone’s eyes.
I love it. Too messy is a lot more appealing then being overly tidy. I absolutely love the cut of the coat. Best of all i love his expression. its kind of sexy. Thank you, Sartorialist, for taking the photos that inspire, and not worrying about what closed minds think. that what makes this blog loved by so many people.
By adding a white lace to a black shoe, draw instant attention and create something by which to remember you. You don’t have to jump into pinks, reds, yellows, but something mild that matches a cuff, collar or tie could be an opening you need.