Today, I am wearing a 2-button, notch-lapel, light tan colored suit with a ticket poclet; a blue/white hand loom cotton gingham shirt, a wide check blue silk tie; a pair of light brown monk shoes; and a 1970 vintage Camy Superautomatic Challenger watch.
Today’s I am wearing a light brown, 2-button, notch-lapel, half-lined, seersucker suit, a lemon colored shirt with tabbed-collars and french-cuffs, a bronze tie with small patterns, a brown silk tie-dye pocket square, a pair of light brown monk shoes, and finally, a gold-plated Sandoz manual winding, circular-shaped watch.
Today is Sunday, the beginning of the week here in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Today, I decided to go with a monochromatic look and I am wearing a light gray glen plaid, three-button, notch-lapel suit; a graph check in blue over white shirt with tabbed collars and french-cuffs; a light gray over gray wide-striped tie; a white linen pocket square; and a pair of light brown derby brogue shoes.
The watch I am wearing today is a vintage 1962 Camy Geneva 17 Jewels, manual winding, cushion shaped one. I find the watch’s tiny “second” hand located just over the “6” mark very pretty.
Today I am wearing a 3-button, notch-lapel, maroon pinstripe over dark blue suit with a white shirt with french-cuffs. a red/maroon silk tie with paisley patterns, and a white linen pocket square. A pair of maroon/brown brogue oxford shoes complements my attire.
Today’s watch is a very rare 1962 vintage cushion shaped Camy Geneva Deluxe manual winding watch in a brown leather strap.
Today I am wearing a 2-button, fishtail lapel, blue suit; a blue/white striped shirt with french-cuffs, a silk tie with thick black and green stripes separated by a thin yellow stripe; a patterned pocket square in blue/red/yellow; a pair of cap-toed oxford shoes; and a vintage Omax manual winding scratch proof date watch.
Today I am wearing a peaked lapel, single-breasted, 2-button, suit with red pinstripe over a blue background; a red/white micro-check shirt with french-cuffs; a maroon tie with printed small black squares; a red pocket square; a pair of reddish brown double-monk shoes; and a Poljot, manual winding, alarm wristwatch.
Forgot to mention, today’s shirt is also hand-loom cotton. It seems that I am getting addicted to this fabric.
Today I am wearing a white linen suit with black pinstripes. This is two button version with a fish-tail notch lapel. Recently I have been wearing this suit more frequently than is usual. I also love today’s shirt which is a hand loom cotton shirt in micro stripes. I am finding hand loom cottons to be particularly suitable for hot and humid weathers. You must try them to appreciate these shirts. A chose to wear a black, gray, and purple striped silk tie and a silk pocket square in black and red.
Today’s ensemble is a good example of matching various patterns. You must have noticed that everything that I am wearing today contain patterns. The suit is a stripe, the shirt is a check, the tie is again a stripe, the pocket square is a pattern is red and black. The trick in matching stripes, checks and other patterns is scale. Vary the scales so that they do not clash. Judge for yourself how effectively I have been able to mix the patterns today.
Today I am wearing a 1980 vintage Tissot Automatic with a black leather strap. I seem to have damaged the watch’s dial. I discovered this when taking a photograph of the watch today. I have been wearing this watch for the last two days.
Today’s shoes are black double-monks.