She is adorable; great proportions, fun yet classy look. Not digging her hair color, but her pallete is a great use of neutrals. He’s pretty hot himself, but I can’t abide by such feminine style on men. Unfortunately my tastes are too heterosexual. Aesthetically I’m loving his squishy sweater. If he were to ask me out, however, I would decline based on his sleeve length and belting. Ah, romantic taste.
I’m fascinated by your statement that your “tastes (unfortunately) are too heterosexual”. Seems an odd thing to have to say… Is this unfortunate for you or for the poor men to whom you don’t grant any of your narrow-minded time? Interesting that you wouldn’t go out with this guy based on the belt and the sleeve length – I guess we all have our limits. I could never “abide by” a smoker or someone who wears flip-flops – each to his own I guess. Oh – as far as his looking “feminine” – keep in mind that many perfectly virile European men do dress a little more fem than most American guys. Thanks!
Well, the height difference, yet similarity of pose (and dress, to a degree) is a treat in itself.
He’s totally, playfully original. His long, long scarf somehow both emphasizes and counters his height; the bare skin at the chest top contrasts amusingly with the heavy sweater, into which his hands have disappeared…
I’m so intrigued by the past two pics of sweater/wraps on men. I think they both pull it off well, although I would probably still do a double-take if I saw it on the street here in NY. I’m not a fan of the way open collar though.
they look great together – obviously a pair but not too matchy-matching, like a previous nyc couple posted. the belts w/sweaters and grey coloring complement each other. his belt isn’t quite right for his sweater, but that makes it even better. if it was right on then it would be a little too metrosexual for my tastes. the brown shoes are right on. they look relaxed, confident and happy – that’s style in my book! i like a big sweater on a man, personally, though i can’t get my husband to do this look. i’ll admire from afar….
She looks adorable and angelic, which only further emphasises how sloppy and unattractive her male companion is. I dontt mind the chest hair cleavage had it been framed by a simple v-neck tshirt, but that pyjama shirt under that oversized cardigan and the unnecessary ridiculous belt… Jude Law he is not.
It’s interesting to see men in sweaters that look like they were borrowed from a girlfriend. Usually it’s “the boyfriend sweater” being borrowed by the girl. You posted another couple the other day that also had the same vibe. It’s kinda cute and sartorially-liberating!
Fantastic looking couple-the girl in particular has such an endearing look about her. They may have spent simply hours getting ready to go out but the important thing is that it doesn’t look it. It all looks organic-as if they have thrown the look together naturally on their way out the door. And emerged in their own incredible style.
Italian men and their open shirts. I love it, especially with the big sweater. I wish more men would take a chance like this in America. It seems that they think showing a little chest or wearing something other than a suit or jeans and a tshirt makes them gay somehow.
I think it is so funney how many people thinks he looks feminine, I for one have a sweater such as this. I’m not sure as to why people always wish to identify clothing as feminine or masculine I am always turned on by the aestethics of a garment…. color, fabric I have purchased many clothing from the womens dept even a suit and gottem major compliments and know one ever knew they were womens wear..now tht is style