Andrea of Steed just finishing the buttonholes on a new roll lapel, double-breasted semi-formal vest for my newest dinner suit by Edwin DeBoise.
The Waning Weeks Of The Three Piece Suit.
Thursday meetings in box check Lesser Golden Bale flannel.
The Bow Tie Crowd.
Snowiest White On A Snowy Spring Day.
The American solid white oxford cloth polo collar shirt: what God would wear if God wore shirts. (Yes, ignore what they tell you.)
The Old Lesser 9.5/10.
Meeting Monday simple.
Last Of The Beastly Boston Spring Weather (One Hopes.)
Bespoke overcoat by Steed (Edwin DeBoise) in the stupendous (and stupendously ruinous) 1000g London Lounge Everest cashmere by Lovat Mill of Scotland. Not seen? A martingale back.
Waning Weeks Of The Weekend Tweed Suit.
For a New England Sunday.
The Waning Weeks Of Tweed.
Casual four-pattern Saturday in tweed jacket by Steed (Edwin DeBoise), shirt by Dege & Skinner (Robert Whittaker), wool necktie by Rubinacci, madder square by E. & G. Cappelli, and flannel trousers by Napolisumisura (Mina Adamo.)
My newest dinner suit from Steed (Edwin DeBoise) chalked up on four of the last eight meters left at Harrison’s of the old H. Lesser & Sons barathea. Note the spiffy roll lapel, double-breasted, low cut semi-formal vest, inspired by an old Astaire number that you can see on this Tumblr.
Rus In Urbe.
Steed, Dege & Skinner, E. & G. Cappelli, and Holland & Holland.
Invested In Tailored Clothes.
Just before the coat goes on for a chilly Boston winter Wednesday.
Donegal And Cream.
Their vanity is greater than their misery. — F. Corbera