Jacket from Basile, Finamore shirt, tie from Barutti, Eton ps, pants from Isaia and Alden shoes. Scent: Guerlain Shalimar. Click on the headline for more pics.
Jacket from Basile, Drake’s shirt, Borrelli tie and ps, pants from Rota and Tricker’s shoes. Scent: Jovoy Paris Incident Diplomatique. Click on the headline for more pics.
All blues and whites, except for the shoes and some burgundy in the scarf. Paul Smith coat, jacket from Basile, John Smedley polo, ps from Calabrese, Berg & Berg pants, Zegna scarf and shoes from Alden. Scent: Slumberhouse Baque. Click on the headline for more pics.
White (including all forms of off-whites) is not a colour only for spring and summer. It’s a great winter colour too, especially for knits. Jacket from Basile, Uniqlo polo, ps and pants from Berg & Berg and Tricker’s shoes. Click on the headline for more pics.
Breaking two classic rules of menswear here. The first is that you should avoid having a jacket lighter than your pants (a so called “northern lights” fit). The second is not so much a rule, but rather something that is hard to pull off: the navy pants. Navy is of course a staple colour in menswear and navy suits or navy jackets with trousers in a different colour almost always works, but it is curiously difficult to get navy pants to work with any type of odd jacket. But I think this worked reasonably well, apart from the fact that