A Sartorial Aside

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One of my favorite blogs is Scott Schuman’s thesartorialist.com which  features  the unique and varied sartorial tastes of real people around the world.   While I make no claim to rising to his level of candidness, I did my best to indulge in “people watching by camera” as we traveled through various cities.

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One of the first things I noticed was beautiful eyewear.

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Of course that could be taken to extremes too as with our Ship’s Program Director’s elephant shaped glasses

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Apologies to Rene for this awful photo, just had to get those glasses
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Okay, stop it, you know that’s not what I mean by classy eyewear

I think the fringe in fashion just makes voyeurism more entertaining.

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As expected I found an ethnic element to Europe’s street  style.

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While it is the saucy young things that seem to capture most of my attention,

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I confess a certain fondness for the more classic looks,

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And am simply amazed at those who tackle cobblestones in sky high shoes

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2 thoughts on “A Sartorial Aside

  1. Lynne Ingalls says:

    Peg – I had to look that up – both the meaning of the word and the photographer. You’re every bit as good. — Lynne

  2. bcwheat08 says:

    One earlier picture of Rene had him towering over his staff, he’s obviously a large guy, how tall was he? The elephant glasses are hilarious. Couple of the pictures looked like they were dress dummies (mannequins), but they looked very realistic in detail, and I couldn’t make up my mind if they were people or plastic (plastic people?). Their eyes looked artificial. Strange. Talk about a variety of styles. We consider the U.S.A. a melting pot, but we’ve got a lot of catching up to do from the looks of the pictures.

    *Bill Wheat* * * (636) 671-0477

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