I like the espadrilles on this look, it subtly tells you he is not just one of the khaki shorts and sweater types. I like the scarf also but they just do not work in South Florida! Jorge from W Palm Beach
I really would love to know what he looks like with the glasses on that he is carrying. I aslo love the espadrilles – I think they are a great look on guys who can pull it off. I love how this look is mixing a few seasons… effortlessly.
I can’t figure out what makes this photo androgynous…someone else mentioned facial features, which might be it…or hair. Either way, I like the relaxed expression on his face coupled with the bus passing by.
That lovely soft grey compliments his hair and skin tone beautifully. the shorts and espadrilles are cool. I think the red bus is Sart doing his genius thing with moments… I haven’t been to Stockholm but i have been to St Petersberg which must be on a similar latitude and i really noticed the natural light makes certain colours ‘sing’, greys, blues, mint green and colours we might regard as ‘cold’ in a different setting. Like in Miami the warm light does great things to cobalt blues and bright pink. I don’t know if it makes Sart take different pictures than he did in say, Florence?
Love the bikes, too. Scandinavians do better with two-wheeled transport than their American counterparts. That scarf will look even better dancing in the wind as it’s owner pedals lazily down the vag . . .
I think it’s very ordinary, you see a majority of people looking like him in most Swedish cities. The belt does not match the Espadrilles and apart from that the whole outfit screams ORDINARY(!). The gray match is something a 10 year old could put up. Sorry mister not a great one
Until I clicked on it to see the full size picture I could have sworn that was a girl in a sweater and blue skirt. I like how the different shades of blue all work together. Not fond of the green belt with the red Polo logo spoiling the look.
To the Storialist: Well, I think it’s simple. What makes the picture androgynous is the look of the guy, his face, his legs (rather feminine) Nothing more. There is actually nothing androgynous about his clothes. Such garment, worn by masculine guy, would look completely manly. His style is great though – very relaxed and casual;
I had a weird moment with this pic, I thought it was of an ordinary if confident bourgeois middleaged woman, maybe French, possibly on holiday, and when I enlarged the pic a handsome young man emerged!
Upon closer inspection I realized this was a young man and not a young woman… I love that this look can be both male and female and yet work! Great inspiration for those of us who like a little androgyny from time to time!
very typical look from spanish beaches (change sweater 4 a shirt). esparteĂ±as in spanish. My grandfather had a factory in spain. He taught me how to do them (handmade). I still make myself a couple of them in summer.
No offence, but without trying to be arrogant I can only once again realize how ahead Sweden is compared to a lot of other regions regarding fashion when reading these comments, considering how not very sartorialistic this outfit is if you ask the majority of fashion interested people here.