Wednesday, March 28, 2007


Sequence cardigan for men is one of those things that you want really bad, but then you realize that it's not suitable to wear in the streets. Of course, it looks dashing on the model but I think it's quite hard to pull off as a day wear. I'm sure some guys might wear this, but in reality how many of them are there?

Perhaps it would be more wearable if Karl added some part with sequence like a pocket or some piping instead of covering the entire cardigan? Yes, no?

Vogue Hommes International, Spring 2007

source: tfs


Rafe Totengco said...

Sequined cardigans are definitely not for the faint of heart but I have a friend who loves the Burberry sweater with the huge jewels hand sewn on it. Yeah, not for everybody and it requires courage and confidence to pull it off. I have a sequined Dries scarf but the sequins are matte so it's easier to wear.

Marissa said...

OOOooooh. Sequins. I get it, I thought that sequence was some fashion term that I was too stupid to understand.

NYC Modelista said...

It is a tough look to pull off. But then again, I don't think Karl expects to sell too many of them.

Anonymous said...

i'd wear them any day. any day.