Today I am wearing a 2-button, notch-lapel, black in black pattern suit; a white shirt with James Bond Cuff (aka Cocktail Cuffs); a black and white striped tie; a white linen pocket square; a pair of black cap-toed oxford shoes; and a vintage West End Watch Company, Sowar, Prima, Day/Date, two-tone automatic watch with a black dial.
Today’s photographs were taken at my harberdasher’s.
Today I am wearing a blue, 2-button, notch-lapel suit; a hand-loom cotton, red check shirt with french cuffs; a light lavender tie; a blue/brown printed silk pocket square; a pair of brown cap-toed oxford shoes; and a vintage limited edition West End Watch Co., Sowar, Prima, automatic date watch in stainless steel with a matching stainless steel bracelet. The dial of the watch is a very subtle light peach color.
Today I am wearing a light blue, 2-button, notch lapel suit; a blue cotton Bengal stripe shirt with french cuffs; a printed silk tie in red/blue/golden colors; a red silk pocket square; a pair of brownish-red, cap-toed oxford shoes; and a “interesting” watch in a brown leather strap.
Today I am wearing a 2-button, notch-lapel suit with very subtle blue checks (glen plaid); a plain light blue cotton shirt with french cuffs; a silk tie with small blue squares on a white background; a plain blue silk pocket square; a 1960 vintage manual winding Tressa 17 Jewels Shockproof watch; and a pair of light brown correspondent shoes (aka spectator shoes).
Like previous Thursday’s, today I am wearing a blazer/trousers combination. The checkered blazer I am wearing today is 2-button, notch-lapel version; paired with a brown trousers with folded cuffs. The shirt I chose to wear today is a blue with black and white windowpanes. Today’s brown tie has small white woven flowers. The printed pocket square has read, black, and traces of yellow on it. I am wearing a pair of brown double monk strap shoes today.
And finally, today’s watch is a 1960 vintage, gold plated, RADO, Voyager, with day and date.
Like rest of the days this week, today also I am wearing four patterns: 1. Check suit, 2. Windowpane shirt, 3. Patterned tie, and 4. Printed pocket square. Unfortunately, I don’t seem to own a checkered or striped pair of trousers.
Today I am wearing a Price of Wales check, 2-button, notch-lapel suit; a blue over white graph-check shirt with tabbed collar and french cuffs; a yellow tie with small gray patterns; a brownish silk tie-dye pocket square; a pair of dark brown oxford shoes with medallion; and a vintage Anglo Swiss Watch Co., CAVALRY, split second, manual winding watch.
Today, for the fourth day I am wearing all patterns and today it is the most pronounced. Due to the very strong and dominating pattern of the suit, I paired with a less prominent shirt with a subtle blue graph check, which from a distance appears white. Now I needed a patterned tie that will not conflict with the suit and shirt. I ruled out any check or stripe as it will conflict with the bold suit. Similarly, a tie with too closely spaced dots is also not suitable as it will clash with the shirt. Therefore, I selected a tie with some widely spaced small patterns on it.
However, it is preferable to wear a white or pastel colored shirt and a plain tie with this suit.
Today also I am wearing four patterns. The suit is a 2-button, peaked-lapel, blue on blue pinstripe; the shirt is a stripe of blue, white, and yellow; the silk tie is a thin blue stripe on a red background; and finally, the cotton pocket square is a maroon stripe. Today’s watch is a vintage Mido “Ocean Star” 17 Jewel, Shockprotected, manual winding version.