What I am wearing today (18 November 2012)

I was so busy today that I forgot to take the photographs. The following pictures are from yesterday’s.

You can see that I was wearing a black blazer with golden buttons paired with gray trousers, a contrast collar blue shirt with white collars; a brown printed silk cravat; and a red pocket square. I was wearing a pair of black double-monk shoes.  I was wearing a gold plated Rado Diastar automatic watch yesterday.

We also went to a wedding reception yesterday evening. After the reception, we went to my brother-in-laws place for a get to gather.

 

 

 

Photo shows (from right to left), my wife Shimu; the famous Bengali film actress Korobi and now a member of parliament; and I at the apartment of Shimu’s brother.

 

 

Last Night’s Engagement of Auyon and Anika

This is what I was wearing last night at the engagement party.

1. Three-buttons, notch-lapel, velvet blazer; a pair of cream trousers; a light pink candy stripe shirt; a cravat in pink/gray stripes; a pink pocket square; and a pair of tan monk strap shoes.

With my daughter Fariza.
With my wife Shimu
With Mr. Fahim Munaim, CEO Machranga Television, Bangladesh
With family friend Mr. Imran Rahman, Vice Chancellor, University of Liberal Arts, Bangladesh. The groom, Ayon, is his son.
From left to right: Auyon, the groom; Anika, the bride; myself; and my wife Shimu.

Last evening’s wedding reception

Yesterday, I attended a wedding reception of my friend’s daughter. Unfortunately, Shimu, my wife, was not with me as she is now in Kolkata. Below is a a photograph of the handsome groom and beautiful bride:

 

My preferred attire for weddings is a dark suit; black, charcoal, or dark shades of blue. Sometimes, however, to break the monotony I would wear a blazer/trousers combination or even something else–as I did last evening. Yesterday I wore a full sleeved bush shirt. Another interesting thing happened yesterday: A bright young man named Zia came forward and introduced himself as a follower of my blog and wanted to have a photograph with me. Blow is a photograph of Zia and I at the reception.