A close-up from the previous post. Shows the textures of the wool tie against the wool/cashmere jacket.
Green and brown might be an unusual combination, but it’s one that I like a lot. SC: Corneliani Linea Sartoria, Shirt: Isaia, Tie & PS: Cucinelli, Pants: Boss. Click on the headline for more pictures.
Don’t fear the cardigan. It can be an excellent way to bring life to your outfit. Spring is coming to Geneva now so the cardigan wearing days are soon over for the season. Used a lot of different textures this time. Jacket, tie and ps in cashmere, cotton/linen shirt, donegal wool cardigan and a heavy flannel for the pants. Isaia jacket, Thom Sweeney shirt, Borrelli tie and ps, Paul & Friends cardigan, Incotex pants and Tricker’s shoes. And Gaston the cat. Click on the headline for more pictures.
Cashmere tie from Kiton worn with a bespoke jacket from Fallan & Harvey, Zegna shirt, Berg & Berg ps, Bladen pants and Alden shoes. Even if the clothes come from England, Italy and the US, it is still very much an English country look. The jacket is structured and padded, the pants are not tapered, the shirt is not slim. But I am not a teenager so I don’t care. It looks great together. Click on the headline to see more pictures.
Diplomatic Ties 330: Drake’s Camps de Luca sc, shirt from Fray, Drake’s tie & ps, pants from Cos, Paraboot chukkas and Gaston the cat.
A thick Attolini wool tie worn with an Eidos Napoli suit, bespoke shirt, Shibumi ps and braces, Edward Green shoes, Viola Milano, Tod’s and traditional Sami bracelets. Click on the headline for more pictures.
Now without scarf and cap. Click on the headline for more pictures.
Taking a break from the ties to wear a classic merino rollneck. Jacket from Lander Urquijo, John Smedley rollneck, Oscar Jacobson pants, scarf from Preppy (local Geneva brand) and paperboy cap from Jonathan Richard.