Today I am wearing a woolen charcoal two-button peaked-lapel handmade suit with 100% pure silk lining and black horn buttonholes, a micro-check cotton shirt with barrel cuffs and a silver collar pin, a black, purple, and gray striped silk tie, a white linen pocket square, a pair of black cap-toed oxford shoes, and vintage Omega Seamastet Automatic day/date in stainless steel.
Today I am wearing a combination: a full-canvas silk-lined handmade blue cotton gabardine blazer with cream bone buttons, a pair of tan woolen trousers, a light pink cotton shirt, a blue/pink check silk bow tie, a pink silk pocket square with blue borders, and a pair of brown tussle loafers.
Today I am wearing a woolen full-canvas blue plaid check handmade double breasted suit with wide-lapel. This suit is, like many of my recent suits, 100% silk lined suit and the buttons are Corozo. I am also wearing a blue/black/white striped cotton shirt with contrast collar and cuffs, a pink silk tie with some patterns, a pink linen pocket square, and a pair of reddish-brown Adelaide oxford shoes. No change in watch.
Today I am wearing a woolen gun-club check full-canvas handmade 2-button notch-lapel suit with a ticket pocket. The suit has 100% pure silk lining, matching Corozo buttons and all buttonholes are hand-sewn. I am also wearing a contrast collar graph check shirt with a collar pin, a silk tie in blue/white/green stripes, a red silk pocket square, a pair of brown double-monk shoes, and a vintage West End Watch Company Sower Prima automatic day/date watch in a black leather strap. Today’s suit has three pierces and I am not wearing the waistcoat today.
Today I am wearing a mustard colored 2-button notch-lapel linen suit with a ticket pocket, a blue cotton shirt with French cuffs, a mustard/yellow/blue striped silk knit tie, a blue linen pocket square with white dots, and a pair of brown/beige Derby shoes.
Today I am wearing a black/gray woolen hound’s-tooth single breasted full-canvas hand-made 100% silk lined suit with a ticket pocket, a micro-tattersall check cotton shirt with contrast collar and cuff, a light gray silk tie with large pink checks, a pink-check linen pocket square, and a pair of black plain-toe oxford shoes.
If you notice carefully, you will find that today I am wearing four patterns: The suit is hound’s-tooth, the shirt is tattersall, the tie is another check, and finally the pocket square which is also a micro check. Wearing four patterns is a difficult undertaking and are often discouraged by the “experts”. You be the judge of today’s combination and don’t forget to leave a comment.
Another new feature is the jacket’s sleeve which has been attached in such a way so that a hump is created at the junction. This technique is known as “con rollino” shoulder.