Today I am wearing a Prussian blue 2-button notch-lapel full-canvas silk-lined hand-made wool blend suit, a blue cotton shirt with white collar and cuffs, a collar pin, a brown patterned silk tie, a white linen pocket square with brown borders, a pair of brown double monk-strap shoes, and the same watch as the previous day.
Today I am wearing a woolen bluish-charcoal 2-button notch-lapel full-canvas suit with a ticket pocket, a blue cotton shirt French cuffs, a brown silk tie with some patterns, a navy and brown printed silk pocket square, a pair of dark brown wholecut oxford shoes, and a Tudor Prince Rotor Self Winding watch.
Today I am wearing a light-green linen 2-button notched-lapel half-lined full canvas suit with patch pockets, a green check linen shirt with French cuffs, a red silk knit tie with white dots, a white linen pocket square with red borders, a pair of dark brown monk-strap shoes, and a Tudor Prince date watch in stainless steel.
Today I am wearing a woolen medium gray not-lapel two-button full-canvas suit with a ticket pocket, a blue/white striped Winchester Shirt with club collars and French cuffs, a black/charcoal/deep-purple striped silk tie, a white linen pocket square, a pair of black oxford shoes, and a 1971 vintage Rado NCC 101 watch in stainless steel case and bracelet.
Today I am wearing a cotton blue-check 3-button notch-lapel unstructured and unlined sports jacket, a blue/white striped cotton shirt with French cuffs, a red/blue horizontal striped silk-knit tie, a pair of black monk-strap shoes and a vintage gold-plated Omega Seamaster black-dial watch in a black leather strap. I am not wearing a pocket square today.
It seems to me that a light blue shirt (not a stripe) would have been more appropriate with today’s ensemble. The stripes of the shirt and checks of the Sports-jacket appear to be clashing. This could an example of how not mix checks and stripes.
Another minor thing is that today I am wearing a pair of silk-knot cufflinks.