Throwback: Fall Layering
Herringbone topcoat by Gentleman Tailors, dress shirt by Boss, cardigan by Purificacion Garcia, vintage plaid tie and scarf by Èpice.
New boots for the season by Carlos Santos. Featuring beautiful brown leather with houndstooth tweed on the sides, along with fur lining and a comando sole, this model features the perfect balance between casual and refined.
One of the most outspoken clichés when it comes to style and personality (or many of life’s aspects for that matter), is undoubtedly to “be yourself” and “pay no attention to what other people think”. This motto is considered one of life’s lessons and to actually achieve it, an elevated form of enlightenment available only to a select few. While it sounds like common sense and resonates with the vast majority of us, the truth is that to some extent, we are all subject to society’s pre-conceptions. Now, I’m not referring to the notions of what is socially acceptable or demandable; I’m focusing on much shallower, superfluous criteria of what is considered “normal” or generally expected as a variation of it.
I’m happy to announce that the winner of the giveaway and proud new owner of a pair of Rokin shoes is: Christopher Crossley! Congrats and hope you will put them to good use! I will get in touch shortly.
Thank you to all who entered the giveaway and stay tuned for upcoming opportunities.
Rolex 5513 Matte Dial Submariner
Just a brief reminder that there’s still time to enter the Rokin Giveaway! Check it here!
Throwback Thursday: Green and Brown
Herringbone cotton/silk suit by Boglioli, shirt by René Lezard, houndstooth vest and wool tie by Purificacion Garcia, shoes by Buttero, shades by Linda Farrow Luxe and vintage pocket square