Easy as 1, 2, 3 or A, B, C!
What I’m trying to say is one does not need to “over-cook” the pocket square stuff or try some origami BS..
Details: Jacket (part of suit) - P Johnson in Loro Piana “Zelander” for GW | PS - Tom FUKING Ford | Shirt - Ascot Chang in Thomas Mason “Silver line” poplin for GW | Tie - Herringbone in woven silk chocolate mini hounds tooth | Pantaloons - Incotex | Hoofs (not visible) - John Lobb City II in pewter suede in 7000 last for Leather Soul
Linen + Linen + Linen.. It’s getting warm & perfect for “business casual”
Details | Jacket - P Johnson in Ariston denim linen for GW | Shirt - Ascot Chang in Drake’s “vintage reserve cloth” for GW | Pantaloons - RLPL | Knit tie - Hermes | PS - Herringbone | DubMunks - Edward Green “Westminster” in suede on 888 last & Dainite sole for Leather Soul for GW
GW, a practised dresser who wears his clothes without pretension or over study, look at how easy his tie knot and pocket square are for him…
James Bond, in what Will Boehlke calls: “The most basic of lightweight combinations: blue tropical weight suit, white shirt, black shoes and a solid satin or knit necktie.”
shout out to:putthison