Love it. I’ve been in love with burgundry for a while now and this is a really awesome way to shocase the color. It has a mechanic feel to it, handy man, but very chic and casual. Love it. Cheers from Milano.
I must agree with Elizabeth…..He’s so F…ing handsome he could wear anything and look good. All I look at is that handsome masculine face and the rest is nonsence and he knows it or he wouldn’t put that get up on.
On second thought he might be horrified about what he’s wearing because the company he works for make’s him. What’s the company Logo on his back side.
Still hansome as hell. Wouldn’t kick him out of bed for eating crackers!!!!
Because of the utilitarian aspect of the jumpsuit, it took me a while to remember which guy I saw in a jumpsuit as fashion statement…Pete Townsend of the Who ( MSG ’79, Shea Stadium ’82). This young buck might be a musician…I think I saw Paul Simonon of the Clash in a jumpsuit, too.
Actually, I would love to wear this outfit as a woman!! Women’s jumpsuits always seem to come off silly/juvenile or costumey. I love this simple, utilitarian design, I think the color is perfect, I want it for my own.
As some of the comments show – sometimes we tend 2 4get, that an individual’s outfit is just n-o-t 4 every1. I totally dig this look and love its fractures + i c no need 2 suggest 2 him that he should reconsider any of his choices. Celebrate life in its abundance.
@ M; Ya, he is a bit of a fembot. But I doubt there has ever been a whole lot of manly men. There is a reason alpha precedes beta in the alphabet. One alpha per loads of betas. This fairly attractive guy is a beta male. Thats OK.
@ Makus; And I agree. Its never correct to suggest someone rethink their choices. Thats why they are called choices! I shouldn’t have said anything about his neckerchief thingy.