I don’t wear a lot of green, but when I do…I wear a lot of green. While maybe not a lot of green…but enough:
Black + white + grey is a simple color combination, right? It’s very safe, correct? Well, how can we complicate things? We can complicate things a little bit by using all pieces with different patterns…pattern mixing:
Black and white spectator wingtips by Johnston & Murphy are a thrifting find.
Black polka dot neck tie by Chaps is a thrifting find. Tie bar is by Kenneth Cole. White and black window pane dress shirt is by Club Monaco.
Black lapel flower is from a boutique on the campus of UNC Greensboro.
Silk white and black polka dot pocket square is by Club Room.
Glen Plaid suit with peaked lapels, side vents, two button closure, ticket pocket, flap pockets, and full interior lining is by Banana Republic.
Cooler temperatures today called for a warmer clothes. I have one more fall suit leftover that I have yet to wear. I decided to bring it out today before I switch my wardrobe over to my spring pieces:
Brown dress shoes by Saks Fifth Avenue.
Socks are by Ralph Lauren.
Blue french cuff dress shirt with contrast white spread collar is a thrifting find.
Floral print silk neck tie is by Ralph Lauren and is available for purchase on Vintagedopedealer.com in the Menswear Boutique. Gold tie bar is by Brooks Brothers.
Silk pocket square is a thrifting find.
Gold cufflinks are by Roundtree & Yorke.
Glen Plaid suit that features notch lapel, rear center vent, two button closure, flap pockets, and full interior lining is a thrifting find.
Today’s look is highlighted by the color pink. It took a little bit of pink to complete today’s look:
Black plain toe oxfords by Hugo Boss.
Pink ribbed socks by Ralph Lauren.
White french cuff dress shirt with spread collar is a thrifting find.
Tie is by Banana Republic. Tie bar is from Kenneth Cole.
Cufflinks by Banana Republic.
Pink lapel flower is from an Arts & Craft boutique on the campus of UNC Greensboro.
Silk polka dot pocket square is by Club Room.
Grey Glen Plaid suit is by The United Colors of Benetton, which features notch lapel, two-button closure, side vents, flap pockets, and full interior lining.
I have said this before, but it isn’t about spending the most money to look your flyest…but the real talent is spending the least amount of money to look your flyest:
Brown wingtip dress boots by Banana Republic.
Navy ribbed dress socks by Banana Republic.
Blue french cuff dress shirt with the white spread collar is by Brooks Brothers.
Navy bow tie with tan polka dots is by Banana Republic.
Brown cufflinks are a Dillard’s store brand.
Wool glen plaid suit with notch lapels and center vent is a thrifting find for $10.
Chocolate silk pocket square…origin unknown.
Today, I was not in the office…however, I was in the classroom earning my stripes with today’s look:
Starting with black wingtips by Adam Derrick To Boot New York.
Black, white, and grey striped socks by Saks Fifth Avenue.
Plum french cuff dress shirt with the white spread collar is by Brooks Brothers.
Knitted black cufflinks by Ralph Lauren.
Black and white striped necktie is from Express. The tie bar is from Kenneth Cole…and this is absolutely my favorite tie bar out of my entire collection. I was very upset when the Kenneth Cole store moved from South Park Mall here in Charlotte. Please bring it back!
Grey glen plaid, notch lapel, double vented suit is by Benetton.
Close look at the plum silk pocket square…orgin is unknown.