I've been following your blog and find it highly informative. I prefer the Soho style much more because I'm 'English'; it seems more put-together, arranged yet eclectic. Also, the shoes in the Soho picture look worn-in, you know, rough around the edges. I like a not too clean look, the flat bush guy carries his style well though; only, the Soho guy seems like he put in just enough effort. Bottom line, style is supposed to look effortless and Soho dude scored.
I love the first ! so cool！
I love the second look. I have a lot of guys ask me how to dress and it always stumps me. But I think that the second one would be a really versatile look that could work for a lot of different guys. I'm gonna pass this one on to one gentleman in particular! Thanks!
Soho, like how there's different tones of earthy colors (Green and Browns) that compliments one another with neutral colors to balance them out. Yea Soho does look a bit more well rounded than Flatbush but that don't mean Flatbush wasn't good. Really like the all blue approach which worked the only problem i have for the first pic is that i only find it to be a lazy, laid back Sunday or for a casual walk around the city type outfit.
I much prefer the first look, because the second is - to me - a bit generic. I'm not sure that I see his individual personality speak through the outfit. The softness, the casualness, the monochromatic ease of the first outfit, reflects the wearer. x Peter @ http://low--couture.blogspot.com
Soho look for the colors, broken-in look of the shoes, trim rolled jeans, vest and cap.
where are the shoes from in the soho guy?and the where are the pants from in the soho guy?
look 2! its fitted better, more of an "Look" rather than something just thrown on and I hate TOMS! also I think look two us more what personal style is about.
Definitely the Flatbush look. The army fatigue cap, in my opinion brings down the entire look that the Soho guy is going for. It makes the whole outfit feel kinda generic in my opinion. And I am big fan of work-wear being used outside of factories in the midwest, the Flatbush look just can't be beat
Flatbush for me, seems more natural and fresher.
which company the shoes are???????
Though I like them both, the second look is my favorite. I like the contrast between his hat and the rest of his look. The shape is more structured and a bit more dressy, while still being casual. The best of both worlds!!
I will have to give this to Flatbush. Based off the fact that in all my years of living in Brooklyn ( As there can only be 1 Flatbush) I do not think I have seen style like that on those streets. Going to Soho so often, the 2nd guy gets overlooked and lost because of the many different styles. Which is sad, because it's an amazing blend. But yes, #1 gets my vote. http://thingsaboutkyle.wordpress.com/