oh, how very nice. the faÃ§ade of the Sant’Alessandro church, I mean. the guy in front just looks like he’s just dyed his cardigan and gone to outlet heaven. what on earth is he doing in a Sart post, though?
LOVE the easy elegance of his outfit and most of all LOVELOVELOVE his joie de vivre joyful smile, that seems to match the colors of his tops. Everything here is so natural and flowing and functional, proving that one does not have to sacrifice beauty for comfort in everyday living. You have such an excellent eye for the thoroughbreds of life, sart! He makes me want to go and open up all my windows to let the sunshine flowers in! xoxox, Love you, “Lady is Tramp”
I have always been afraid of cardigans on men because it tends to look grand-daddy-ish. But this guy proves you can wear it in style. I guess it’s in the color and fit that makes it hip. Love the color match of his cardigan and his t-shirt. Not sure about the scarf. It’s very East Village meets Upper East Side.
Is this a mere man — or is it the cheeky young god MERCURY in a mortal incarnation? He is lean, lithe, groovy and gorgeous, and in those silver shoes look as if he could take flight (or whizz off on a bicycle for some all-night dancing). This is the way I would dress if I were a man. In fact, it’s pretty close to the way I dress as a girl and a cyclist. I’ll be the Diana to his Mercury, if he likes.
fantastic..just scrolled through the visage of europe, and love what I see..casual and sexy and so refined. which is why i am moving to norway soon..looking at these pictures gave me a hundred more reasons why. thanks!
I love the little details on this guy: the sleek silver shoes with the funky pattern, the yellow socks (you can barely see them on the enlarged picture), and the consistency in matching silver on his shoes, strap buckle, and wallet chain. His outfit's so stylish and low-key at the same time, I love it.