Today I am wearing a light-pink/white 2-button notch-lapel full-canvas half-lined suit, a pale blue cotton shirt with French cuffs, a maroon silk tie with small paisley designs, a gray/maroon printed silk pocket square, a pair of reddish-brown full-brogue shoes, and a 1960 vintage Tudor Oyster Prince Rotor Self Winding (automatic) stainless steel watch and bracelet.
Today I am wearing a blue full-canvas half-lined 2-button notch-lapel linen suit with all patch pockets and white Mother of Pearl (MoP) buttons, a pink cotton shirt with French cuffs and collar pins, a dark pink silk tie with patterns, a white linen pocket square with pink borders, a pure silver lapel chain with a pink river pearl, a pair of brown brogue oxford shoes, and a 1960 vintage Tudor Oyster Prince Rotor Self Winding (automatic) stainless steel watch and bracelet.
Today I am wearing a gray 2-button notch-lapel full-canvas half-lined linen suit with patch pockets, a mini-check cotton shirt with white collar and barrel cuffs, a black silk-knit tie, a white linen pocket square, a pair of black Beatles boots, and a vintage Omega Seamaster Cosmic manual winding watch.
Today I am wearing a light ash-brown glen plaid double-breasted (2X6) suit; a light purple tabbed-collar shirt with French cuffs; a deep-purple silk tie; a purple printed silk pocket square; a pair of dark brown oxford whole-cut shoes; and a 1960s vintage Camy Sputnik manual winding watch in a brown leather strap.
Please note that the watch dial reads “Popular,” which is wrong. When I gave the dial to be repainted, the painter made an error and wrongly painted the dial as “Popular” instead of the correct “Sputnik.” “Popular” is another line of Camy watches and if you search this blog, you will find some “Popular” Camy models as well.