Today’s look is another approach to the glen plaid suit…with a touch of color:
It’s pretty much understood that spring is the season for displaying your colors. And the more atypical the color, the better. There is nothing like observing a group of people talking amongst themselves and trying to figure out what color you are wearing:
Double monk strap cap toe dress shoes by Adam Derrick To Boot New York.
Socks are by Ralph Lauren.
Vintage Christian Dior necktie is a thrifting find. Tie bar is by Banana Republic. Striped french cuff dress shirt with contrast collar is a thrifting find.
Turquoise flower lapel is from a boutique on the campus of UNC-Greensboro.
Cufflinks are thrifting find.
Ecru colored sport coat that features notch lapels, center vent, two button closure, patch pockets, and full interior lining is from Design Archives Vintage Clothing. Navy flat front trousers are by Saks Fifth Avenue.
Today’s color palette was inspired by a visual display I observed while shopping at the Brooks Brothers store this weekend. By the way, I was told by the manager in Brooks Brothers that Brooks Brothers put together 550 looks for the movie, “The Gatsby”. Wow!
Wingtip loafers with tassels by Florsheim are a thrifting find.
Socks by Ralph Lauren.
Silk stripe bow tie is by Ralph Lauren. Blue french cuff dress shirt with the white contrast spread collar is a thrifting find.
Cufflinks are by Roundtree And Yorke.
Silk white pocket square is by Banana Republic.
(Vintage sport coat features notch lapels, patch pockets, two button closure, deep side vents, and full interior lining is a thrifting find. Cranberry flat front trousers are by Saks Fifth Avenue)