young men can rarely pull off moustaches: this is a great use of one. the hat makes his look intentional, doesn’t it? and something about the light is making those jeans not look like jeans, if that makes any sense.
I too thought this was a piano scarf when I saw this some time ago. For some reason now, I don’t think it is. I do agree that they were awful. Something you would buy the band director or your music teacher back in the 70′s. I have a friend from Milan who would think it was the coolest thing ever. Odd how 1. not everyone from Milan is fashionable, and 2. bad taste isn’t the same everywhere…
Don’t know why his ‘stache is getting so much attention. It’s neither out of the ordinary, nor an “interesting touch” as if to suggest he’s unusually aware of it as an integral part of his very being. C’mon everybody – sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, as the saying goes.
first of he is of the handsome! 2nd, i dont like the scarf, it takes away from the beautiful muted colours of his outfit. 3rd, i love the colour of his jeans, it compliments the brown tartan. nice one! he must be a student or something, saw him at a few shows in london.
Lovely scarf, and he looks so warm and comfortable too! The small hat works on him somehow. I also think a photo of him holding his pizza box would have been cool too – it might have given it more of a candid feel. Generally great use of muted complimentary colours.
Completely unassuming and sincere. The piano scarf isn’t too much; it’s just naturally dorky! I love especially how you can see something (a pad of paper?) protruding from his right breast pocket. He is living in his clothes, not the other way around.
No, this is not it, cute pizza box possibilities or not. That coat is ugly, torn between sayin it’s something George and Weezy would’ve worn or Robert de Niro in Taxi Driver, either way, not a good idea. And then that silly scarf clashes with the brown plaid, it all looks quite bad Scott. Maybe the pants, but with the rest, also poor.
The piano scarf looks like it was designed by Mugatu just after/before the piano key neck tie. Very cool look though. I like the jacket and pants combo and anyone who can support the solo mustache is a friend of mine.
The ‘stache is popular now with young men who’ve done all the other facial hair configurations (including the dreaded muttonchop). My nephew looks a little dorky with his mustache, but this kid looks great.
I’m guessing his clothes are second-hand. He’s got style and I’d love to see him at 4 month intervals. I’ll bet he’s changing all the time.
To any of you people that disagree with this: Don’t you ever just wake up and want to wear your favorite shirt with your favorite pants, even though they don’t go? Don’t you ever want to wear something because you like it and it makes you feel good? I know I do…
And if that’s the case, then I’d just like to say- Lucky him! His favorite scarf looks really fresh with his favorite jacket.
this guy is so cute, i just want to eat him up!to me, his face fits the outfit completely. quriky, a bit odd. one of those people that it takes a while to get to know, but once you know them, you’ll never let them go. know what i mean?
I am not seeing a solo ‘stache here – is that not a soul patch and some 5, nay, 10 0′Clock shadow? Not a fan of any piece individually but he can rock it. I think the piano scarf’s so old it can be campy-good.
Anyway, fair or foul, I’d so rather see the streets decorated like this than with the usual unwhimsical, daringfree homogeny. Wonder what shoes he’s wearing?
Those pants: the slight sheen leads to a chino conclusion, but they also almost look like a certain kind of very pale blue jean popular in the very early seventies, like Lee or Sears brand? Does anyone remember what I’m talking about?
I love it when a man wears a hat, I’m always too careful with the patterns matching, but this looks very good, and he’s sending a very friendly vibe, so the cute pizza story is what you expect after this visual. CeeMArie