Today I am wearing a cream windowpane 2-button notch lapel suit, a blue cotton check shirt with tabbed collar and French cuffs, a patterned mustard silk tie, a navy/brown printed silk pocket square, and a pair of brown double-monk shoes.
Today I am wearing a light-ash double-breasted suit, a light blue shirt with black/white windowpanes, an Indian Army Eastern Command Regimental striped silk, a Macclesfield printed silk pocket square in blue, a pair light brown double monk-strap shoes, and a 1950 vintage Anglo Swiss Watch Company CAVALRY manual winding watch with split second.
Today I am wearing a Sports Jacket/Trousers combination: A gray double-breasted (6X2) sports jacket with silver metal buttons and a pair of black trousers. I am also wearing a black and gray silk tie, a white linen pocket square with black borders, a pair of black double-monk shoes, and a vintage Favre Leuba Geneve day/date watch in a black leather strap.
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.
Today is Thursday and I am wearing a blazer/trousers combination. Today’s blazer is a black/brown check, 3-button, notch-lapel, and it has been matched with black trousers. The shirt I selected today is maroon in color, and has tabbed collar and French cuffs. The tie is stripes of blue/light purple/deep purple/golden yellow, and it has been coordinated with a maroon silk pocket square.
I am wearing today a pair of suede double-monk-strap (double-monk) shoes. Today’s watch is a 1963 vintage Bulova manual winding with date. It not only has a repainted black dial but also the texts on the dial are wrong. The dial contains the word, “Sowar”, which is a brand name of West End Watches, and therefore, is wrong. Nevertheless, it’s a beautiful watch. I am wearing the watch with a Nato G10 Nylon strap in black.
Today I am wearing a light brown, six-button, double-breasted suit in a wool/silk blended fabric; a brown candy stripe cotton shirt with french-cuffs; a brown silk tie with small white flowers; a brownish silk tie/dye pocket square; a pair of light brown double-monk shoes; and a 1958 vintage Omega Sea-master, automatic, date watch with a brown leather strap.