Today, I am wearing a 3-button, notch-lapel, dark brown windowpane suit; a pink candy-stripe shirt with french cuffs; a varicolored tie in red, blue, and pink; a pink pocket square; a pair of dark brown oxford whole-cut shoes; and a 1955 vintage Favre Leuba, Geneve, Duomatic, day/date watch in stainless steel.
Today I am wearing a blue on blue striped, 2-button, notch-lapel suit; a white shirt with french cuffs; a red silk tie; a white linen pocket square; a pair of light brown oxford brogues. Today I am also wearing a West End Watch Co., Sowar, Prima, automatic, military watch with a Nato Zulu Nylon strap.
Today, I am wearing a light ash stripe over cream colored, two-button, notch-lapel suit; a light blue shirt with tabbed collar and french cuffs; a purple tie with small blue dots; a blue pocket square; a pair of tan/brown whole-cut oxford shoes; and a 1973 vintage Tissot Vosodate Seastar Automatic watch.
Today is a Thursday and as previous Thursdays, I am wearing a jacket/trousers combination. Today it’s a white and gray striped linen, notch-lapel, 2-button blazer matched with a dark gray trousers. A white cotton shirt with tabbed-collars and french cuffs, a silk tie with pink window panes, and a pink pocket square with blue borders completes the ensemble. In my opinion only a pair of black shoes are suitable with the above combination. Consequently, today I am wearing a pair of plain cap-toed shoes.
Today, I am wearing a 1940 vintage West End Watch Co., Sowar, Prima, manual winding with with a bonklip-imitation bracelet.
Also, today I was attending an event on IT Security organized by the Bangladesh Banking CTO forum, IBM, and my company. Some of the photographs are with some of the event participants.
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 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).
Today I am wearing a dark blue, 3-button, notch-lapel, suit with light blue stripes; a blue candy-stripe shirt with french cuffs; a blue, teal, and black broad-stripe silk tie; a Macclesfield printed silk pocket square in blue and red; a pair of black cap-toed oxford shoes; and a 1960 vintage Omaga Seamaster, manual winding watch in stainless steel with a black leather strap.
If you look carefully at today’s ensemble, you will find that I am wearing all patterns: Three stripes (suit, shirt, and tie) and one print (pocket square). The easiest thing to wear is a white shirt with a suit; because white (which is not a color but a lack of any color) goes with anything. You can wear a white shirt with any suit. Also, almost any tie would go with a white shirt. There are many people who wear nothing but white shirts. Difficulties start when you decide to wear anything but a white shirt and difficulties are compounded when you start experimenting with pattern mixing. However, each day this week I would be wearing patterns–all patterns; stripes, checks, prints, gingham, etc. The objective is to get ideas on combinations those work and also those that don’t work out.