Much has been said about Spring blues, as distinct garments in different shades of this iconic menswear staple continue to drop from all sorts of labels. From the timeless navy to the season’s pale and baby blues, this is an invaluable option to consider for your Summery wardrobe. Inspired by some recent purchases, namely the shirt and chinos, I decided to put together a monochromatic attire to honor it. Pulling off unique a color from head to toe definitely poses a challenge and requires some pattern, texture and hue matching skills. However, if done right, the result is a strikingly polished look few others can outmatch…
Details: unlined cotton/silk peak lapel blazer by Adam Kimmel, striped widespread collar shirt by Millerighe, pale blue cotton chinos by Zara, navy suede penny loafers by Buttero, silk knit polka dot tie by Carolina Herrera, ribbon belt by Purificacion Garcia, tie bar by The Tie Rack, bracelet by street vendor and vintage chronograph by Citizen.
Model and Styling: Miguel Vieira
Photography: Rita Lino
One of the things that stroke me the most while cruising the streets in Rome was the amount of small independent menswear shops, some of which only available on the Italian capital and specialized in specific garments such as shirts. That’s just the case with Millerighe, a haven for all those in love with traditional italian tailored dress shirts: perfect fitting and sporting that much sought widespread collar. At €39,00 each, I couldn’t help to cope a couple of blue striped alternatives…