Thursday is back. Today I am wearing a Blazer/trousers combination. A navy blazer with golden metal button and a pair of gray striped trousers, a blue cotton shirt with tabbed collar and French cuffs, a yellow silk tie with small blue dots, a printed silk pocket square in blue and yellow, a pair of black double-monk shoes, a black leather belt with golden buckles, and a vintage gold plated Raymond Weil automatic date watch in a black leather strap.
Today I am wearing a gray double-breasted (6X2) suit, a graph-check cotton shirt in white, blue, and purple; a striped silk tie in purple, blue, yellow, and white; a silk/linen blend pocket square in blue and green, a pair of dark brown oxford whole-cut shoes, and an obscure and vintage manual winding watch by the name of “Cordello” in stainless steel and with split second hand.
Today I am wearing a blazer/trousers combination:. The blazer is a two-button notch-lapel with metal buttons combined with white trousers. I am also wearing a cotton blue/white gingham shirt with French cuffs, a knitted silk tie with blue/red stripes, a printed silk pocket square in red with small blue dots, a pair of saddle shoes in tan and white, and a vintage Croton 10ATM Automatic Dive Watch in stainless steel.
Today I am wearing a light brown colored double-breasted suit, a light brown cotton shirt with French cuffs and tabbed-collar, a light brown patterned silk tie, a brown and navy printed silk pocket square, a pair of tan cap-toed oxford shoes, and a 1940 vintage West End Watch Company Keepsake Prima date manual winding watch with a “Bonklip” type stainless steel bracelet.
Though I have many West End mechanical watches in my collection, this is the only “Keepsake” model in my collection. Therefore, it seems that the “Keepsake” must be rare model for West End Watches.