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 the suit featured here - 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....
After second part of my summer vacation it was time to get back to office.
Decided to go with my favorite suit - a made-to-measure piece from Sauma, made of light weight wool cloth by Vitale Barberis. Striped shirt from Mastai Ferretti, bottle green grenadine tie from Viola Milano and linen pocket square by Berg&Berg.
Dressed up but something that could be called as office casual.
Suit: Vaatturiliike Sauma Shirt: Mastai Ferretti
Tie: Viola Milano PS: Berg&Berg
Details of today’s fit which was something between formal and casual.
First of all sport coat and a tie to keep the ensemble on the “dressed up”-side but on the other hand the cashmere cardigan and suede boots to dress it down a bit and to make it more suitable for the windy and moist weather.
Sport coat: L.B.M 1911 Cardigan: Uniqlo Shirt: Mastai Ferretti
Trousers: Finelta Shoes: Loake Tie: Schoffa PS: Drake’s London