Today I am wearing a dark blue double breasted (6X2) blazer, a pair of white trousers, a light blue shirt with French cuffs, a golden/maroon striped silk tie, a brown/navy printed silk pocket square, a pair of light brown Chelsea boots, and a vintage gold-plated longines manual winding watch with a split second.
Today I am wearing a woolen blue peaked lapel suit with two ticket pockets (yes, I know it’s rather unusual to have two ticket pockets), a blue/peach striped cotton shirt with French cuffs, a dark peach silk tie, a peach/white silk pocket square, a pair of brown oxford shoes with cap medallion and no change in watch.
Today I am wearing a woolen blue double-breasted suit, a blue/white striped cotton shirt with French cuffs, a royal blue silk tie, a Macclesfield printed silk pocket square, and a pair of brown cap-toed oxford shoes.
Normally a double-breasted suit is either has a 6X1 or 6X2 (alternatively 4X1 and 4X2) button configuration. 6X1 means there are six buttons on the outside of the suit jacket out of which only one is fastened. 6X2 means out of 6 buttons two can be fastened. Today’s suit is made is such a manner so that it can be worn either as a 6X1 or 6X2. Today I am however wearing the suit as a 6X1.
No change in watch.
Today I am wearing a woolen green Price of Wales check double-breasted (6X2) suit, a pair of brown trousers, a light pink cotton shirt with French cuffs, a maroon/white striped silk tie, a red linen pocket square with white micro-dots, and a pair of dark brown monk-strap shoes. Same watch as of yesterday.
Today I am wearing a woolen blue on blue striped single-breasted peaked lapel full-canvas half-lined suit with two ticket pockets, a light blue cotton shirt with French cuffs, a yellow silk tie with small blue dots, a blue/yellow printed silk pocket square, a pair of reddish-brown Adelaide oxford shoes, and the same watch I have been wearing the last few days.