This look works on so many levels but lets just talk about the accessories. The scarf adds volume but it also is extremely functional. I love his bag it is recalls those sewing bags from your grandmas house. But those shoes are what pull his look together, it gives it that perfect mix of ease and subtle sophistication every man should incorporate into his dress.
As someone with a Swedish background… I have to say, the Swedes you photograph are far, far too trendy… lots of trite nods to elements of ’80s revival… for example, dime-a-dozen goth-ish painted nails: 100 percent unoriginal.
The italians you catch, by contrast, have a much more mature sense of of style, sophisticated pattern mixes… they know which rules to respect/ which to ignore, etc.
Nice composition. The analogous color scheme made with the creme color of the building in the back, the tree’s brown, and his jacket’s brown is soothing. He emerges quietly against the background that has only a few colors in its palette.
This guy has character, it really bothers me seeing people mock his clothes for being ill-fitting, I sincerely hope the people that follow this blog are wiser then that, he looks very whimsical and out of this world, I wish I knew him.
All of your Stockholm photos make me think of Rekjavik; Icelanders are similiarly impervious to the cold and they never need winter coats. Rekjavik is a good fashion town, you should do shoot there. We Americans are so wussy!