Saturday, 27 November 2010

Morning Dress

On the 23rd October 2010 in London, my brother wed his long-term girlfriend. I was most fortunate to be his Best Man.


Shoes - Jones One Collection

Trousers - River Island (adjusted at Graham Browne)

Waistcoat - Graham Browne Tailors

Tie - Hackett

Shirt - Cad & The Dandy Tailors

Opal and silver tie pin - Antique

Pocket watch - Antique

Pocket square - Tie Rack

Gloves - Dents

Cane - Antique

Silk top hat - Antique

My brother

Shoes - Jones One Collection

Trousers - Graham Browne Tailors

Waistcoat - Graham Browne Tailors

Jacket - Graham Browne Tailors

Shirt - Ede & Ravenscroft

Tie - Charles Tyrwhitt

Pocket square - Woods of Shropshire

Blue topaz and gold tie pin - Antique

Silk top hat - Antique


Tom said...

congratulations and best wishes to your brother! can i ask for the picture to be higher res please?

TheMen'sSide said...

So cool man!
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Stilmagazin said...

I like it!



mens suits said...

I really like your Jones One Collection shoes!

Anonymous said...

I have some wonderful wisdom..

Chenners said...


George G said...

I see in your morning dress you wear fixed turn-down spread collar shirts (albeit with contrast collars). I don’t understand why you insist on wearing an antique silk hat and yet don’t wear detachable wing collars? This is how morning dress is meant to be worn. I’m just saying, if you’re going to be faithful to the original fashion, why not do it properly?

Anonymous said...

Given the criticism that a certain association footballer received for wearing a wing collar with Morning Dress at last year's Royal Wedding, I think this comment should be taken with a pinch of salt.

Yes, technically Black Silk toppers are to be worn with white tie rather than Morning dress, but they look so much more elegant that Grey Ascot hats - and surely elegance is the whole point of formalwear?