Nice composition of the photograph. He is wearing way too much black for me – looks like he is in mourning. Nice briefcase. Jacket sleeves are a little too short. Like the shock of hair tumbling down his forehead.
This is my all time favorite location of a photo on your site. This is brilliant. The muted colours of the brick and the steps and the texture of that wall and the little bits of green sprouting are phenomenal. Love it. d
Dear Sartoriaist, It looks as though you are enjoying Sydney and its style. However, I think you should go back to melbourne. The photos you took aren’t doing anyone in Melbourne justice! When I was last there, the fashion was brilliant. However, I did not go to chapel street.
He looks like Jeremy Sisto. He has a nice expression on his face. I agree, you should have given Melbourne more of a shot. Chapel St is not the best place to go to see attractive people. I recommend the CBD, Brunswick, Collins, and there are some interesting traditional clothes happening in the Western suburbs.
You have seen the other side of urban Sydney, a little chic, a little bit enjoying the cold so you can dress up properly, the hidden charm that is usually blotted out by sunshine and surf duds. Thank you for showing my Sydney. Mandy.
I think he looks fantastic! It’s the slight-turn up of the trousers, the briefcase, the shirt buttoned to the top and the slight hint of the belt through the anorak that do it, rather than the anorak itself.
the forest green mixed with midnight blue is clean and modern. i like the way the pants are rolled casually mixed with the hood to give the look a more relaxed vibe even though you can go straight into the office…
It reminds me of Salford, Manchester, Morrissey and The Smiths on a normal rainy day in The Northern UK circa any time in the past 30 years or so. Very, very Lowry matchstick men and all that. It's nice to know that Sydney shares!