Pitti Uomo 89 and week in Italy is over. First a few more hectic days in Florence. Then a couple of relaxing days in Milan. More detailed reviews and thoughts are coming up – starting next week. But before that a short sneak peek to what I wore for the days 2 and 3.
As well as for the first day, for the second day of the fair I chose to wear a full suit. This time it seemed that for days my outfits were more on the formal side of the scale whereas for evenings and dinners I basically wore sneakers and knitwear. The suit I was wearing for the second day is from Sauma – a model piece from their made-to-measure collection. Light colored – something between gray and oatmeal – Vitale Barberis super 110s wool with subtle windowpane check, soft shoulders and patch pockets.
I decided to combine the suit with a basic white shirt and with one of my personal favorite type of ties at the moment – brown shantung silk. The pocket square is from Christian Kimber, made-to-order double-monks from Laszló Vass. And even though the weather in Florence was so warm and sunny for the two first days that one did not really need an overcoat – I anyway decided to wear my new casentino wool peacoat by Bastong over my suit to bring a little bit of casualness to the ensemble.
And finally a tote bag from Mismo – which I also had with me for the day 3.
For the third – and our last – day at the fair I went for a combination of a sport coat and odd trousers combined with additional overcoat.
The overcoat is double-breasted wool coat from Lardini with detachable fur collar I bought from Stockholm about a month ago. I believe fur collars are something that divide opinions but I personally like the feeling they bring to an outfit. But that is a matter of personal taste for sure. Combined the overcoat with a checked sport coat by G.Abo Napoli and off-white corduroy slacks. Finally a unicorn pocket square by Drake’s London and another shantung silk tie – this time with a bit more bold color choice. My affection for double monk shoes can also be seen here – as I actually wore double monks for each and every day of the fair.
And as mentioned, more material is coming up. So stay tuned.