What’s interesting in the second photo is the contrast and the interaction between the two printed puffers. It’s definitely what makes the picture. About the look itself, why not, any piece of garment has its place in a wardrobe if it’s well worn. http://gare-a-gary.blogspot.fr/
I HATE camo. With a passion. This is the first time I think I have ever seen it and really appreciated. I love what the man in the top photo has done. He looks incredible. The camo with the pink hat is actually quite genius.
this is funny (coincidence) because there were printed puffas at target earlier this season. it seemed unusually forward – even though they are pretty good about keeping it fresh. Now, here is this from you in two of the global fashion centers.
Living in the Southern U.S. one sees camo everywhere – no great novelty but taken out of context- maybe – Valentino has a camo sweater that looks like the type one can buy at a truckstop only his is $2800.00
Really? I love baseball caps on men and women, and I think they look pretty authentic on many older people. If you ever read this, why do you see that as kid like? As in older people are all supposed to be in offices wearing suits? Some older people work in jeans and a baseball cap. Like farmers, contractors and such. Do you see their jobs as suited only for kids too? Not everyone of a certain age is the type to wear a vest and slacks. Not picking on you, just honestly interested in why.