As today is Thursday I am wearing a sports jacket/trousers combination. A 2-button notch-lapel linen sports jacket, a pair of black trousers, a white cotton shirt with French cuffs, a black/white silk knit tie, a white linen pocket square with black borders, a pair of black monk strap shoes, and a vintage Croton automatic dive watch.
Thursday is back and as other Thursdays I am wearing a combination today. The keystone of today’s ensemble is a double-breasted (4X2) cotton sports jacket paired with ecru colored trousers. Today’s shirt is a white/light gray/light green linen gingham with French cuffs and the colors of the check silk knit tie are maroon, black, and white. Today’s pocket square is a printed silk one with maroon, blue, and gray colors. I thought a pair of brown colored monk shoes would be appropriate for today.
Though the watch is a very simple manual winding vintage Tressa with a large white dial, still for some unknown reasons, I find today’s watch to be aesthetically very pleasing. It may be because of its simplicity.
Thursday is back and I am wearing a Sports Jacket/Trousers combination today. Today’s gray/white striped Linen Sports Jacket is a 2-button, notch-lapel with patch pockets with light tan trousers. Today’s I am wearing a white cotton shirt, blue silk knit tie with light purple dots, and a peach colored silk pocket square with small white dots. Today’s shoes are black double-monks and the watch is a vintage gold-plated Raymond Weil Geneve Automatic with date function.
Today I am wearing a tan colored, 2-button, notch-lapel, linen suit with a ticket pocket; a striped cotton shirt in white/blue with French cuffs; a horizontal striped silk knit tie in maroon/blue/white; a silk pocket square in blue/maroon; a pair of spectator derby shoes in brown and beige; and a vintage Tissot automatic watch with a brown leather belt.
Today is Thursday and I am wearing a jacket/trousers combination. Today’s linen blazer is 2-button, notch-lapel (this version of a lapel is also known as a Fish-tail lapel); the trousers are blue over blue stripes; the shirt is a hand-loom black/white gingham; today’s tie is of a red/blue silk knit variety coordinated with a red silk pocket square. Also, I am wearing a pair of black double-monk strap shoes and a vintage Tissot Seastar automatic in stainless steel.
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.
Today I am wearing a light brown, 2-button, notch-lapel linen suit with a ticket pocket; a blue/white gingham linen shirt with french-cuffs; a dark blue silk knit tie; a blue patterned printed pocket square; and a pair of two-toned brown derby shoes.
Today’s watch is a Tressa “Crystal” Automatic in stainless steel.
Today I am wearing a natural tan colored linen, 3-button, notch-lapel, patch-pocket single-breasted suit; a handloomed cotton check shirt with french-cuffs, a silk knit tie in blue and red horizontal stripes, a Macclesfield printed silk pocket square, a pair of mustard colored suede monks, a mustard colored belt with a golden buckle, and a 1980’s golden Rado Diastar automatic watch.
Today I am wearing a white linen 2-button suit with thin black stripes and white club-collar double-cuff shirt. The suit’s lapel is what is called a “fish-mouth” lapel. A linen suit is an informal suit and one should avoid wearing on for formal occasions. A silk knit tie is also more informal choice compared with a plain silk tie. Therefore, a silk knit tie is a good choice for a linen suit. The knit tie’s color is dark blue. Today I am wearing a printed pocket square with lot of blue in it and coordinates well with the blue tie. The choice of shoes is a black double-monk. Again a monk (both single and double) is less formal than a lace-up, and the most formal among lace-ups are oxfords. A monk is a good option for a linen suit. I am particularly fond of monk shoes and would often wear them even with very formal suits and occasions. Today’s wrist watch is a Favre-Leuba Geneve Sea King, manual winding version from 1962. The watch has a black dial and coordinates well with the black stripes of the suits and other black accessories. Finally, today I am wearing a black leather belt.