I’m all for cardigans on guys, but I think the trick is to have one in a light material, cashmere for instance, and layer with it, instead of it looking too much like it is something your granny wears or knitted for you, as is the case with our youngster here.
Interesting photo, Scott. Nice cardigan. Or is it a cardigan jacket? It reminds me of the oversized sweaters that frumpy, ageing hippies like to wear in Hampstead, Berkeley, or New England. It’s photos such as this one that remind me why I greatly prefer classic English and Italian style over quirky French and American fashions.
wow he is very Brody-esque but better looking. Are people questioning this chaps sex because of his hair or his cardigan. it is quite ridiculous. There is a place for both thin cardigans and thick cardigans in a man’s wardrobe, especially if the man either has youth on his side or experience. It is great autumn styling!
Wow … Some of the haters here really need to get out of their suburban exsistence & actually visit N.Y / London / Paris etc.. & see that baggy jeans & a t-shirt doesn’t quite cut it in these enviroments …
This guy looks great. I think many ppl here just don’t get it – as usual.
I’m sorry, but what’s wrong with wearing ‘grandma’s sweater’? OK, lets say that this actually were a sweater his grandma knitted. I personally think there is nothing cooler than being proud to wear it. Its a very personal form of expression. Can a garment get any more special and personal than if it were made by someone you love? So lets say this were a designer sweater, regardless, I still say the same thing. This guy doesn’t care that some of the rest of you are too hung up to get it. That’s your problem. He’s rocking this thing.
Wow. Great look! A little late but I’m surprised to see so many hateful comments… i feel like if this look were posted tomorrow it would receive a lot more praise then it did 5 years ago (roughly). i guess it comes to show just how quickly fashion and us as people change. Again, incredible photo!