now that looks like a quintessential Englishman hahahha. Nice jacket. nice shirt – wonderful hair. Just want to bury my hands in it. I like the girls' shoes too. Preppy heaven. If only he'd worn khaki chinos, sigh.
Hi Scott!! Im from Argentina and i know that youÂ´ve been in Buenos Aires recently. What happened that you didnÂ´t upload anything yet from here. You didnt find any trendy people? Hope youÂ´ve spent a beautifull time! Come back soon!
My daughter made a quick trip home from school to con me out of a new pair of Hunter boots. I tried to get her to try a pair of duck boots because I like their lower cut and trad heritage. She shoulda opted for the ducks. I guess Hunters are a fad right now. I think I still have a pair in the garage somewhere but I only use them for work.
Loved that you captured the comfortable lovely fashion, and the human connection. The two go hand in hand.
first time comment-er….new lover of your blog!!!
Very refreshing and worldly to see something far from the streets of SLC….we (Utah) are soooo far behind the times. Either that, or the worry of what others may think is too in grained. Thanks for letting me dream via your pictures :)
Can't believe I'm about to say this, but I really like those pants with those boots. Never thought anything could get me to say something nice about Bean ducks (OD'd on preppy years ago), but… there it is.
it's amusing to me that nyc is embracing the look that has been so common in the rest of the unurban world. when i wear a new york look in my city, it definitely stands out. if i wore either of these here, it would look like everyone else. having said that, it looks good. just status quo here in texas.
sooo rah!! I think that, being a british university student, this stereotype is all too prevelant and generally is to me this antithesis of fashion… but as it was taken in new york ill let you off because i do think it looks pretty cool! if you want to look like this check out jack wills! haha
@ James Kay, above – I don't know about buying duck boots in the UK, but if you are willing to pay postage, either go to the LL Bean website for the country version just like this fellow is wearing, or if you'd like a more urban variety, look up Pome boots at Dr. Jay's (bonus: they're on sale right now). As far as I know they both ship worldwide. I just ordered some of the Pome black hip hop ones and can't wait to get them.
love the guy's outfit! so made to be comfortable and practical. I love the pairing of rugged boots to a polished white jeans. Plus the striped shirt just makes it look chic. The hair and the facial expressions is just the cherry on top! Great shot!
I always miss Scott when he's on NYU campus :( I think the green jacket is nice but not with stripes and white jeans. Would've totally loved the same jacket in navy blue on him to pull off the outfit. About the boots, they are LL bean, they do look stylish and rugged from this distance in the picture. However there is a boy in one of my classes who wears them all the time and I have to say the heel is very unusual and strange looking from close. This girl's outfit is very cool, i love the jacket with the shit, scarf and loafers, just the right amount of color coordinating. If i could change one thing about her, it would be the color of her pants. a nice eggshell pair of high waisted pants would take this girl from hipster-chic to chic lady ;)
The guy looks cool but in my opinion rather despite the white trousers than because of them.
I've been staring at the girls outfit for a few minutes now and I just can't see the elegance of it. I've never seen a body warmer doing any good to a woman's figure (neither a man's). The colour of her trousers are lovely, and I think the combination with the beige might be nice, if only her jacket was made of a different material. Bottom lines: body warmers are no good!
this guy looks like he spend to much time on superfuture or some kind streetfashion sites himself to much about a year and a half ago. The girl does sort of look like a euro student, but not ever would that look be called chic here in amsterdam at a university, more like a 'provincial' type, way to common to be seen as chic. Funny how the context changes so much for others view of them apparently.
All these wonderful comments about his clothing and sense of style notwithstanding, let's not forget why he's able to pull it off and make it look so good on him… those lanky long legs~ (doesn't hurt that he's got a gorgeous face though).