Sometimes I wish you would ask people to put out their cigarettes before taking the photos. I just find that terribly distracting, and it makes it hard for me to really get excited about a person's look. Just a suggestion, I understand if it's not gonna happen.
The combination of this gentleman's extreme sex appeal, his handsome face, and his beautiful smile is what make his whole look work. Oh, BTW, the beautiful scarf actually adds to his masculinity rather than dimishes it. For a man to wear an accessory that could make him look effeminate, his scarf makes him look sexier. OMG, I forgot, nice booty to boot!
I think it appeals to me so much because there is a certain contrast: the scarf says he is a tamed gentleman, while the uprolled sleeves testify he is a wild carpenter)))I hope he is single. I hope he feels for women) Hop eto run into him on a street.
I like his scarf, the way he rolled up his sleeves, his pants, and his smile. Well I like alot of things in this photograph.
But somehow the scarf isn't necessary. The rest of the outfit suggests that it isn't cold over there, but then he decides to throw a scarf around his neck. The scarf and the rest of the outfit is quite contradictory.
oh god no–not another cigarette photo. He is handsome and lean and I adore his beard and moustache but can't help think how much he would smell of stale smoke–a real turnoff. Why do grown men need what really is a dummy, to walk around with? Please men out there, you really don't need that crux!! :) You are all more sexy without.
Stating the obvious that some people smoke get over it, is not the point.
The trouble is that cigarettes are lately being portrayed as fashion more than they have been the last decade or two and I feel for such an unhealthy habit, responsible blogging shouldn't portray it this way. Certainly when extremely popular blogs such as this one start doing it regularly one wonders what the consequences could be, and cigarette companies would be ecstatic.
But hey, maybe the Sart sees ciggies as fashion statements, which is fine, however, I will also want to talk about them as part of fashion/style, if my comments are able to be accepted this way. And I still say nothing stylish about a smelly ciggie.
There he is again! My favourite Sartorialist subject.. and still a mystery man after all this time. Another man i want to be a feminine equivalent of. Hmm. that probably looks odd.
Seriously, this fellow always looks chic and masculine. His personal touches in accessories, or whatever it is, lif his attire out of the ordinary. Not that there’s a lot of ‘ordinary’ on this blog.