Christmas Attire

By Daniel Blockert|December 26, 2016|General Menswear, Photography|0 comments

Spent christmas in the Berner Alpen in Switzerland (in a village called Mürren, famous because it was the location for the Bondmovie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service). I’m shamelessly using the scenery overlooking the Lauterbrunnen valley to enhance my fit. But it was what I actually wore for christmas eve, lots of greens and reds. Tweed jacket and corduroy pants from Bladen, polo from Faherty, Drake’s scarf, Monitaly cap and boots from Red Wing (Ice Cutter). Click on the headline for more pics.

The Dark Shirt

By Daniel Blockert|December 14, 2016|General Menswear|0 comments

I very rarely wear shirts in dark colours simply because it seldom works. Black shirts should be avoided at all times, other darker colours can be pulled off as long as the colour is vibrant enough. Jacket from Lander Urquijo, shirt from Stefano Ricci, Marinella tie, Vanda ps, pants from Boss and Tricker’s shoes. Click on the headline for more pics.

The Peacoat

By Daniel Blockert|December 7, 2016|Fabrics, General Menswear|0 comments

The peacoat has come a long way since its navy origin. Here in a version from British tweed specialists Bladen. Peacoat from Bladen, Zegna cable knit, Berg & Berg pants, cap from Jonathan Richard and shoes from Tricker’s. Click on the headline for more pics.