Today I am wearing a dark brown, peaked-lapel, 2-button suit; a white spread-collar shirt with french cuffs; a yellow-orange and white striped silk tie; a white linen pocket square; a pair of dark brown cap-toed oxford shoes; and a 1940 vintage Anglo Swiss Watch Company, Cavalry, manual winding, wristwatch.
If I may critique my own ensemble, it seems that the sleeve length of the shirt is a tad short. The rule is that a small part of the shirt’s sleeve must be visible under the suit’s sleeve (not more than half an inch). As you can see, this is not case in the photograph below. Unfortunately, cotton shrinks and a perfectly good shirt may become unwearable due to shrinkage over time.