Is anyone else feeling like the small leg openings we see more and more of everyday make one’s feet look too large for their body? It is especially noticeable with boots. Am I just a curmudgeon in his late 20’s?
This is for Grayson at Well Worn, Worn Well and his awesome tumblr.
Liverano Abito con Gilet in Burgundy Stripe on Navy
Alden Plain Toe Derby
Liverano knows that simple always wins.
I have a wardrobe full of navy blazers.
If you only have one jacket it should be a navy blazer. It doesn’t need to be double breasted with brass buttons like something from the yacht club. It could be in cotton, heavy canvas, or unstructured so it can look relaxed. But it’s a good basic to start a wardrobe with, you can dress it up or dress it down; it can take you anywhere.
—Jeremy Hackett (via voxsart)
Grayson over at WellWornWornWell did a great post on his idea of his own Utopian wardrobe. So, in response, here is mine.
Keep in mind, I will not include accessories…Here we go.
4 Suits-1 Fresco,1 Navy Worsted,1 Grey Flannel, 1 Grey Pick and Pick
6 Sport coats- 1 Linen, 1 Fresco Blazer, 1 Year Round Blazer, 2 Tweeds, 1 Flannel or Doeskin
Wool Trousers- 3 Flannels, 1 Cavalry Twill, 2 Tropical wools, 2 year round wools
Cotton Trousers-3 chinos, 1 poplin, 2 cords, 1 moleskin.
Linen trousers- 2 pairs
Jeans- 1 nice, 1 that were once nice.
Shirts- 5 OCBDs, 7 spread collars in poplin/broadcloth, 1 linen, 1 madras.
Polo Shirts-2 short sleeve, 2 long Sleeve
Outerwear-Rain Coat, Wool Overcoat, Barbour Beaufort, Lightweight Field Coat, Quilted jacket.
Knitwear- Merino V Neck, Cashmere V Neck, Shetland, Shawl Cardigan, Grey Sweatshirt
Shoes- Black calf Oxfords, Cordovan loafers, Suede Derbies, Suede Chukkas, Suede oxfords, suede loafers, Cordovan Boots.
EDIT: Add some sneakers.