Monday, 22 March 2010

Outfit


Shoes - Zara

Jeans - TopMan

Jacket - ASOS

Pocket square - Tie Rack

T-shirt - TopMan

Shirt - TM Lewin

Scarf - Tie Rack

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

A question a bit out of context, but I saw your review of the Oscar-outfits and came to wonder:

Would you ever consider wearing patent evening pumps with an "ordinary" dark suit at a party? Or would you reserve it for black and white tie?

Kind regards
Rasmus, Copenhagen

WinstonC said...

Dear Rasmus,

Personally, I wouldn't normally think of wearing patent evening pumps with anything other than black or white tie. Not because of a 'rule' but because I think, aesthetically, they would look out of place in a 'regular' outfit, even if one is wearing it in the evening.

Best,

Winston

maalik ausar obasi said...

Hello Winston,

I'm a New Yorker who has followed your blog for sometime and being an Anglo-phile / American classic aesthete (think Polo / Ralph Lauren) I must say your ensembles look thoroughly British and very refreshing.

Keep up the great posts!

Best,

maalik ausar obasi

http://maalikobasi.com

Anonymous said...

Good day Winston!

I noticed you have begun to wear T-shirts over your shirts and under the jacket. This is an entirely new concept to me! You might want to explain how the idea came about.

Felicitations on your blog!

Anonymous said...

I´m sorry, I forgot to ask on my last comment regarding the T-shirts you wear over your shirts. Would these be long-sleeved? And are these cotton?

Cheers!

Alessandro

WinstonC said...

Maalik,

Thanks for your words. Glad you enjoy it!

W

WinstonC said...

Alessandro,

Essentially, the idea of the t-shirt is to wear a light weight crew neck garment - a crew neck sweater is thicker and more intrusive as a garment. I like the different colours of t-shirts. Some of them are long, some short sleeved. Needless to say, I try not to expose arms at any point.

W