Tag Archives: Graphic Tees

Natural Body

Natural Body

Upper East Side
75th and Lexington

I like how the wording on his t-shirt is modeled after the Superman logo, naturally đŸ™‚

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Suede Boots

Suede Boots

SoHo
Mercer St.

Tan, suede desert boots are so right up my alley. I could wear them with everything, even shorts. His are a great color and I like how he keeps them slightly open for a more casual, loose look.

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Angry Birds

Angry Birds

SoHo
Prince and Sullivan St.

How can you not like a guy who sports an Angry Birds t-shirt? Two things that I noticed on him that I rarely see anymore – earrings (two small gold hoops no less) and long hair. Definitely a nice change of pace. His sleeve tattoo and the fact that he’s carrying a pizza are a nice touch. Bonus.

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Wide Leg Shorts

Wide Leg Shorts

West Village
Hudson and Charles St.

Today’s weather turned fortuitously warm. So much so, that I spotted several outfits with shorts. What drew my eye to these pair were how wide and bell shaped they looked. Many guys have unsightly wide leg shorts, but it’s the short length here that gives it a less sloppy feel.

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Subtle Camo

Subtle Camo

Chelsea
10th Ave. and 23rd St.

I’m beginning to realize that camouflage to men is what cheetah/leopard print is to women.  It’s a pattern staple that remains no matter what way the fashion winds blow.  I’m fond of the way this guy has a more subtle, almost muted  version of it. This is how I would wear camo; without it being so emphatic.  Also digging his buzz cut – such a summer haircut. He’s the first good one I’ve seen this season.

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The Gardener

The Gardener

Chelsea
Chelsea Piers

You never where you’ll find inspiration and style in this city. Who would have thought that one of the gardeners maintaining the lawns on the piers in Chelsea would step it up with his own look.

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