Capturing Style On The Go // The Sartorialist

Scott Schuman, the photographer behind The Sartorialist, has a keen eye for individual style. Nothing too trendy, just plain unique.

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I was in a bookshop located along Elizabeth St. when I saw the book. It’s about street style photography and it was on sale. I flipped through the thick but small book and matt page after matt page, I was greeted with a blend of individual styles.

I had to get it.

I went home, made myself comfortable and savoured each page. There’s just so much to look at; not because Schuman decided to squeeze ten photos into one page but every individual (from all walks of life) was wearing or had something eccentric with them.

I’m happy to have discovered Schuman’s blog, The Sartorialist, because from there one gets a glimpse of what personal style means and would close the tab feeling inspired to wear whatever you want, whenever you want. Nothing trendy, just plain you.

Here are a couple of my favorites.

west broadway ny
West Broadway, New York
via manzoni
Via Manzoni, Milan
lower east side ny
Lower East Side, New York
wardour st london
Wardour St., London
paris
Paris
charing cross rd
Charing Cross Road, London
ada paris
Ada, Paris
corso monforte
Corso Monforte, Milan

 

(the featured image was taken in Washington St. New York)

Do you have a favorite?

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Author: Keeping Up With Curiosity

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