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 is Thursday and therefore dress-down day for me. Consequently, I am wearing a blazer/trousers combination. Today’s blazer is Navy, double-breasted, 6X1, with golden metal buttons. I paired the blazer with a pair of off-white/cream trousers. I am also wearing a white/blue striped cotton shirt with French cuffs. Today I am also wearing a striped silk tie in blue/violet/yellow and white. The material of blue/white check pocket square is cotton. The monk-strap (or simply monk) shoes are of chestnut color. And finally, today’s watch is a 1960 vintage Camy Geneve Friendship with date. This is a manually wound watch.
I have a weakness for the color red. Red is my most favorite color. So, whenever I can, I tend to overdo on red. Today I am wearing a red pinstripe on dark blue, 3-button, notch-lapel suit; a red/white Bengal stripe shirt with French cuffs; a silk knit tie in blue/red horizontal stripes; a red silk pocket square; a pair of reddish-brown, double-monk shoes; and a 1960 vintage Favre-Leuba, Geneve, Duomatic (automatic) stainless steel date watch with a blue dial.
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.
Surprise, surprise! It’s a Thursday again!
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 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.
Today I decided to dress casual in a trousers/blazer combination. Therefore, today I am wearing a 2-button, notch-lapel blazer with patch pockets; a pink and white striped shirt with barrel cuff; a dark pink silk knit tie with small white polka dots; a lighter pink pocket square; a pair of dark brown monk-strap shoes; and finally a 1960 vintage Favre Leuba Sea Chief, manual winding watch in a brown leather strap. The watch has original dial and body. It has only been serviced.