Today I am wearing a woolen dark-chocolate 3-button suit, a blue/white striped spread collar cotton Winchester shirt, a brown 5-button vest, a maroon silk tie with golden patterns, a navy and brown printed silk pocket square, a pair of dark brown cap-toed oxford shoes, and an antique 1930 manual-winding West End Watch company “SILLIDER” pocket watch in a stainless steel hunter case.
Today I am wearing a gray/black hound’s tooth check 2-button notch-lapel suit and as today was chilly in the morning, I decided to fortify myself with an odd waistcoat. The other items of the ensemble include a windowpane blue cotton shirt with French cuffs, a striped silk tie in light green and reddish-orange, a dark saffron silk pocket square, a pair of black cap-toed oxford shoes, and a antique anglo swiss watch company “RAILWAY LEVER” manual-winding pocket watch. Did you know that there were special watches made for the railways? You can read about it in the Wikipedia article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Railroad_chronometer. This particular watch was issued to the personnel of Pakistan Eastern Railway (PER).
Today I am wearing a medium gray woolen windowpane 2-button notch-lapel suit with a ticket pocket, a white cotton shirt with blue/pink stripes and French cuffs, a blue cotton odd waistcoat, a dark blue silk tie, a blue/yellow printed silk pocket square, a pair of black Adelaide oxford shoes, and a vintage Omega pocket watch in a double Albert chain.