i like the silhouette on this one. the texture on the sweater works great with the rest of the outfit. the final touch of the leather bag makes the whole thing. without that, the overall outfit would look normal. great pic.
I find the outfit to be rather tasteless and tacky, especially the “Security” part. Unfortunately, I’ve got nothing good to say. This whole outfit seems to be arranged by a six year old and shouldn’t be part of the Satorialist.
Nice overall look… understated with interesting textures. And then the socks are a delicious blast back to fifth grade when my friends and I wore ours the same way and thought we were the height of teen fashion.
tjoy you seem to be in the minority here. It appears to be a MA-1 style US bomber jacket (available in any US army-navy surplus store for about 40.00 or so), with sleeves removed. I can see the fluffy filler material over the shoulder, and distinctive orange inner lining. I agree with previous posters, that bag is hot.
How can anyone ask if he is a real security?! Yes, and next thing the security will wear also high-heels during their job!!! He is just being stylish! He is not working at that moment for security company!Look at the baaag!!!
I love the metaphor this man is demonstrating to the world with the security vest. Perhaps he’s saying we all need to feel secure in “times” like this….we find security in the clothes we wear….we are shallow in thinking we are secure….we are not secure we are vulnerable and yest we think we are secure…the list goes on and on. VERY influential young man.
the fact that security is spelled in english does not make him a fake security:
even in non-english speaking european countries a security would usually have a vest with the english spelling of “security”. (i’ve never ever seen a french or german one! only english. the term as such doesn’t even exist in german and the french counterpart isn’t similar either)
also i don’t believe he would wear such a vest as a fashionable item. it does not fit with the rest of his style. i think he’s a real security.
Not a security guy, not in France where there's a law against using english vocabulary (unless the situation demands it and then it's bilingual, certainly not english only). He pulled off very nicely a witty outfit with the huge bag and the trashed security bomber. I love it.