Alfred Sargent

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Gray double-breasted suit - versatile choice for fall part I

Gray wool suit is staple for fall and winter season. When the days start to get colder it feels natural to change jackets and suits made of lighter fabrics to more subtle wool and flannels and hues of blue to darker shades of gray and brown (and of course blue again). I bought this suit made of Dugdale Bros & co gray herringbone wool fabric from Rose&Born couple seasons ago and it has since been one of my favorites. It is suitable for work as seen here but it also works for more casual combinations together with roll necks, double monks and loafers.

Last weeks have been pretty busy so just a few shots from yesterday. And as I wore the same suit today, tomorrow you will then see the other - more casual  way - of wearing the same suit. 

Wearing:

Suit: Rose&Born Shirt: Mastai Ferretti Tie: Berg&Berg Shoes: Alfred Sargent

And as I have got a lot of questions recently - I will try to come up with answers for those soon. But please, if you have anything in mind, use the comment-section at the end of the post and you will probably get your answers sooner.

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24/08/2015 - Blue printed tie with a gray suit

I really don’t wear printed silk ties often. Actually I don’t even own many of them, though I admit they are more than appropriate choice whenever considering a tie to wear with a suit for work or even for a semi-formal parties.

So today I decided to wear one. A full post about printed silk ties with business suits coming up tomorrow but first a few shots from today as a preview.

Suit: Sauma Private Label (mtm) Shirt: Mastai Ferretti Tie: Berg&Berg

Pocket square: Drake’s London Shoes: Alfred Sargent

In the streets of Florence - day 1 details

The fair is over for now - but we’ll be back in 6 months.

Before starting to come up with some reviews from Pitti it’s time for a little vacation. But first some detail shots taken after the first day at Fortezza da Basso.

Suit: Sauma private label (mtm) Shirt: Schoffa

PS: The Monsieur Fox Shoes: Alfred Sargent