I like this! Great color combo! The cardigan is very lovely and this little bit of plaid peeking out at the bottom and the sleeves makes the outfit so much more special! I just noticed, he’s holding a camera in his hands! Sweet!
If that camera is a $1,000.00 prop, he’d better wrap it around his neck not to drop it. But that would mess up his scarf. The jacket is too tight. How does he reach up with it and all those layers? Nice glasses.
I picked up a gorgeous jacket at my favorite thrift store, that fits me like this one. Ah, something to wear tomorrow! Even though in South Florida we can’t really do this level of layering (and why would we want to) this is good outfit inspiration. Thanks Sart! Jorge from W Palm Beach
One word: magnificent! And hot! I love the way he has knotted his scarf, his leather jacket, his horn glasses, the cardigan, his hair, his casual attitude…This is so perfectly well-matched that I really can’t avoid falling in love with him. One of Scott’s prettiest shots I’ve ever seen!
This is beautiful. The colors just send me and he only used one pattern but the color is perfect. I wonder though, can he actually zip that jacket? It’s always a question for me because I like the open jacket look but must it be big enough to shut? Sometimes smaller is better suited to the open mode of wearing.
Smart look. I’ve never really liked the double breasted cardigan but I must say it looks terrific with the bomber and plaid shirt underneath.
I also appreciate that his pants are not cutting off all blood circulation in his legs. While I do like the look of slim fit pants, and wear them often myself, it’s refreshing and impressive to see someone making regular, looser fitting kahkis look as cool as this cat does.
To mirror the comments above, this looks like it’s been put together with real intelligence.
He’s essentially transformed a relatively simple outfit of plaid shirt, chinos and jacket with the flash of colour on the cardigan and by going with a jacket that’s cut to keep the silhouette as tight as possible amidst all the layers.
That is the most adorable outfit I have ever seen! I do believe that I love everything about it, the glasses are fabulous, love the leather jacket, the inner jacket the scarf the trousers even the brown leather belt that is popping out in front of his hand, and of course the shoulder bag hidden in the background! Plus the fact that he is holding a camera, It tells us a bit about who he is and what he likes to do. Gorgeous hair too!
I do believe I could compliment this outfit for hours and hours, but I will stop now because the outfit can speak for it selves!!
I swear, not only do you take pictures of people with really interesting styles, the quality of your photographs is so much better than any other style blogger. The only one who takes such great pictures is Garance, it really makes it much more pleasurable to look through.
Anyway, this guy looks great – love the balance between casual and scruffy and the glasses.
this is one of my all-time favorite sartorialist photos, not only b/c of the clothes but b/c it seems to capture something really intimate and authentic about this person. it’s nice to see a photo that emphasizes the fact that *humans* wear these clothes!
The color palette of this photograph is completely inspiring. I love how the earthen tones of his scarf and blue of his cardigan mimic the stone of the wall behind him. Even the lighter brown of his belt and collar are repeated there. This would be a painter’s dream!
so much going on, but it all works. I love the jacket. it’s the best item of clothing he has on. also, the neutral tones are nice and the checkered shirt breaks things up a bit. I like how the belt doesn’t match the jacket otherwise it would be too matchy matchy.the glasses put on the finishing touch for me. makes me wanna know what kind of shoes he’s wearing. I’m guessing sneakers. Am I right? great shot scott :-)
I really like the mix of colors and textures, plus I’m loving the double-breasted cardigan; I’ve been looking for a female double breasted cardigan dress for ages. Not to mention the silhouette-trim layers on top and just the right slouch in the pants. Very nice.
Let us just muse for a minute: “Young Avedon” thought deeply of the irony that would revisit his life time and time again as he pondered being the subject of a this photograph. The captive photographer–he seemed self-conscious but managed to stand still to be captured this one of many times. This man is not perfect and beautiful but then he is all at the same time.
Almost but no, he has a great sense of colour but he is trying way too hard to look causal. Instead too much is going on and it makes him just look unkept but not causal at all.perhaps in time when he stops caring so much about how he looks, he will get a truly comfortable style.
he does look a little affected, but this guy’s badass. He looks like he strolled through Indiana Jones and The English Patient on his way to a cameo in a Julian Schnabel flick. and this picture’s nice. i don’t know if it’s simply the lighting or a filter, but these colors look really saturated.
Best outfit by far on this page. Everything is coordinated so well with a great attention to detail. THe khaki colors and the brown leather; even the usage of the camera in the photograph screams world traveler/safari. Which is definitely hot this spring. LOVE IT. XOXO http://www.ahauteaparty.blogspot.com
I am obsessed with this look. Everything is right, from the glasses to the leather jacket. I especially love the cardigan and have been looking for one like it for quite sometime and finally found one :]
If anyone is interested, the cardigan is from H&M (and has a shawl collar). I picked mine up in Salzburg on a blustery autumn day. But, have seen it in London and elsewhere… I think it was less than 20 Euros!
Men who know how to dress. Very attractive. The leather jacket counters the femininity of the light blue double breasted coat. The striped shirt creates depth. And the glasses, his glasses just make it.
You can't label him as just one thing, because he mixes so many different elements together. He's got such character; I admire it deeply.