I have been a reasonably strong defender of this guy’s personal style/expression, but I confess, I don’t understand the sweater either – in my view, it is overwhelming and distracting from an otherwise nice outfit – it has transcended from ‘pop of color’ to a pretty big distraction. I think if you subtract it you’ll have a much stronger look.
He looks like a homeless man, where he puts on all these clothes just to keep him warm…Sorry about the comment, but this is the first thing that came to my mind. Trying to understand if it’s avant-guard or just missing some basic concepts in size and colour combinations.
There are too many colors going on at the same time..there is blue, beige, tortoise blue, gray,Deep purple.. these are not colors that compliment each other well..and then the accessories.. I mean at the end of the day its his style and he is trying to own it..its just that the skill and execution are lacking right now..
I disagree. I actually like this outfit, I feel differently about fit, but Mr. Aysin has already proven his fit is intentional.
The color palette here is the thing he should be complimented on.
I guarantee if you were able to see this look in TAILORED form you’d be surprised at how much you like it.
the blues & gray are the anchors of this outfit. The beige is a nice neutral color that helps transition to the bolder colors. pants provide the color pop. The teal is beautiful against gray coat but useless in function. I wouldve maybe tried a TEAL SCARF instead, but that just personal preference.
@ marco… you’re so right. I looked at this picture for a while and didn’t hate it but didn’t love it either. I thought the colour palette was spot on, and now that you mention it, proper tailoring is what’s needed to take this outfit to the next level. I also agree with your teal scarf suggestion as the sweater lacks function and looks far too pretentious. I would do away with the hat and the bracelets, but that’s just my personal preference.