Starting the week by taking a look of the fall and winter 2015 collection by Italian Boglioli that was not shown at Pitti Uomo but presented the collection in Milan just recently. For the recent fall and winter Boglioli had studied and been inspired by the elegance of Milanese men of the 1960's - and it seems that the same theme has served as a platform of inspiration for this collection as well.
Casual interpretation of a tailored overcoat and example of how to make a difference with textures.
Monochromatic in brown - in case looking for a versatile suit this would be a good option as it can also easily be worn as separates.
Classic grey flannel chalk-striped suit dressed down with a roll neck - “casual” office wear done right.
Right use of brown color
In terms of color the selection is based on restrained and multi-tone shades of brown featuring tints of blue, grey and even black.
The rustic overall look works well together with the slim but not overly skinny cut and silhouette of garments. Choices regarding material and fabrics used in the collection - featuring more robust as well as smoother wools, corduroys and silk-blends - seem to made with care to create a balanced total look not just for the collection both for each individual look as well.
The collection of Boglioli also shows the same kind of approach of mixing casual and more formal clothing as well as the increase of subdued minimalism and simplicility that was present at many collection at Pitti Uomo.
Pics via vogue.co.uk/