Monday, 14 June 2010

New Suit


This is the first picture of a bespoke suit made by Cad & The Dandy. A blue flannel chalkstripe with a double breasted waistcoat. A review is coming soon at Mensflair.com.

Shoes - Jones

Tie - H&M

Pocket square - Tie Rack

Tie clip - eBay

Shirt - Cad & The Dandy

Suit - Cad & The Dandy

8 comments:

Hestor said...

This is perhaps the best outfit that you have exhibited on this blog. I take it that the trousers supported by braces?

Anonymous said...

I seriously think I have started to be fond of hats either for men and women(and suits & ties for every day) thanks to your blog and your great outfits!!

Greetings from Spain,
Nuria

WinstonC said...

Hestor,

No, side adjusters. Although I am considering braces.

W

Anonymous said...

Hello from America -

You seem to have quite the knowledge of clothing, so I pose you a question: I have come upon a Burberry Trench Coat that was made for Baron's of Piccadilly.

I would imagine it was bought in the 70's, but it is beautiful and in perfect condition. Does it have any value? Do you know who I might ask?

Thanks,

Nancy K.

WinstonC said...

Nancy,

You're best asking Burberry as they should have records. Even if they do not, there should be a garbadine/mac expert resident there (one sincerely HOPES there is) who should be able to find out the provenance of the item.

Justin Cooke is the new VP of PR and he might be interested in your email. I am pretty sure his email is; justin.cooke@burberry.com.

Burberry Switchboard
Tel: +44 (0)20 3367 3000

You could also try Sotheby's/Kerry Taylor Auctions as they do Fashion Auctions and probably have valuers who can help;

info@kerrytaylorauctions.com

+44 (0) 208 676 4600

Best of luck,

W

Anonymous said...

Cool, Winston.

Ross said...

?/10

Looks good, with great tie/shirt combo, but would need more pics to take a view on a full suit - would like to see waistcoat sans jacket

Bazz said...

Dear Winston,
This suit is perfection, best
item on your site. Was it a great
deal more, than made to measure.
Keep up the good work
lovely to see
elegant clothes on a young man.