Colder weather again in Stockholm. Good thing that I haven’t rotated my wardrobe yet. Suit from Richard James, Drake’s shirt. tie from Attolini, Battisti ps and shoes from Alden. Scent: DS & Durga Bowmakers.
Jacket from Bladen, Faherty polo, ps from Vanda, Loro Piana pants, Saucony sneakers and a cap from City Sport. Scent: Nicolaï Parfumeur Cap Neroli.
Last year I bought a linen jacket from Tweed Stockholm. It was made for them by Bladen and in an unusually heavy (450g) Irish linen twill from Spencer Bryson. I immediately loved that jacket. You get the breathable cool wear of linen, but it handles almost like wool with less creasing and it keeps the shape better. Very lightly structured but with a marked shoulder in the English manner. So I was very excited when they made a new jacket for this summer in the same type of fabric, but with a different pattern. Bought it immediately. Here it is
If you wear a jacket in a bold and/or light pattern, the Italians realised that you should combine that with solid colour shirt and tie. The most classic version is a light blue shirt with a navy tie, often called the “Italian Background” To add some texture the tie works best if it’s knitted or, as in this case, in a grenadine fabric. Jacket from Zegna, Attolini shirt, tie from Poszetka, Richard James ps. pants from Incotex and Sanders shoes. Scent: Hiram Green Slowdive.
Suit from Brioni, Drumohr turtleneck, Calabrese scarf, ps from Drake’s and Crockett & Jones shoes. Scent: Antonio Alessandria Rusty Vibes. Click on the headline for more pics.