What I am wearing today (22 October 2013)

 

 

 

 

 

Today I am wearing a powder-blue wool/MF blend double breasted suit (6X2), a cotton pink on pink striped shirt with French cuffs, a silk blue/pink bow tie, a pink linen pocket square, a pair of tan cap-toed oxford shoes, and a vintage gold-plated Rado Voyager automatic  watch in a tan leather strap.

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5 thoughts on “What I am wearing today (22 October 2013)

  1. Shahzaman Mozumder

    Wonderful dress today, I really like your style double-breasted suit and color of your shoes

    My question is this.

    My texture is thick and measure 170
    What style of dress is more appropriate for my build, should I use single or double-breasted suit

    thanks

    Use the google translator I hope you can understand …

    German vasquez

    1. Thank you for writing in English, 170 cm is 5 feet 7 inches. That means you are of medium height. By “texture is think” I take you mean that you are well built. In my opinion you can wear both single and double breasted suits. I would recommend that you use high-rise (just above the navel) trousers with two pleats (normal or reverse, as per your preference). You will look good in stripes (vertical and never horizontal). Do not wear window-pane. If you go for single breasted suit, go for the two button version. The lapel width depends on your body structure. Given the description you have provided, maybe 3-inch width should be fine. Send me a full length photograph (shahzaman.mozumder@gmail.com). I might be able to provide some additional information.

      Thanks for your compliments.

      Shahzaman

  2. Hi,

    Can I ask where you bought this suit – I have been looking for one exactly like this online but can’t find anywhere

    Thanks

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