I second the comment about the jacket, it is a bit too long for his height and it only makes him look shorter. It’s also not proportional to the rest of his outfit (it should come down about 4 in. below his waist?).
But I don’t mind the combination he’s put together.
I am beginning to see a pattern in your most successful photos. The person puts together an outfit of pieces that shouldn’t work together- yet somehow they do. The neon trousers, tweedy looking (possibly ill fitting) jacket, business shoes and small fluffy dog spell disaster yet he looks, in my opinion, fabulous. Victory of the human spirit.
No matter how good people look, when they button the bottom button on a jacket, unless its a single buttoned jacket, it pisses me off. To me its right up there with wearing suspenders and a belt at the same time! uuugggggg
I have to say that i think I caught him a little off-guard. When i first approached him his jacket wasn’t buttoned so when i asked he buttoned it. I think he did it without really thinking, which is understandable. Very few of these people are models and it must be a bit surprising when someone just asks you on the street to take a photo. I do think he has a great panache
This guy knows what he’s doing. Took a risk with one garment only, while the rest of the outfit is conservative. Shoes go nicely with the brown and red of the jacket and pants. Pretty sure the bottom button SHOULD be buttoned when you only have two – especially if you’re thin and the jacket is roomy as it is here. I like his style.