The Society of Cool!
I will start. Today, i wear a black long sleeves BS shirt, red tartan tie, mid brown herringbone college style jacket, brown (60's colour) vintage sta press trousers, oxblood DM's brogue boots, and some old thin brow leather gloves. And my m51, of course (just for riding my scoot, i know!)
From the floor boards up:
501s with 1" turn up.
White, yellow, green and blue BD madras shirt.
Charcoal grey, lambswool crew neck jumper.
8 piece, tweed baker boy flat cap.
Navy with white polka dot silk Tootal.
Lazy day off so just me slim jeans and light blue Fred Perry with red and black trim. You'll never catch me in ''sweats''.
Zegna Trofeo wool 3 button jacket dark brown
Altea Milano narrow tie
White 2 fold cotton button down shirt
Beige flannel pants with frog mouth pockets
Burgundy lace up shoes
I thought this thread was gonna be about Dress's (and I still clicked on it , what does that say ?? )
Today I'm mostly wearing
Chocolate brown suede chelsea boots
brown check dress trousers
smedley turle neck, casual &smart
Today , I will be mostly wearing : blue chords , cream L/S polo shirt , blue socks , blue desert boots black pea coat , brown chord breton hat and gold tonic Sammy scarf
Vintage 3 button Duffer Of St George suit in Grey.
Burgundy Pantherella socks
Pale blue striped tab collar shirt with contrasting white collar.
Burgundy with white polkadot Paul Smith tie & silver vintage tie slide.
Burgundy Pantherella socks.
Black Loake loafers (no tassles - hate them!)
Plain burgundy pocket square.
The Loake loafers you are talking about are the "penny" loafers, right? I love my tassles but i need some penny loafers too, in black.
Try some Bass Weejuns when you are on the look out for your penny loafers, I have Loake and Bass loafers and one is a slightly wider fit than the other, can't remember which way around. Have been in scruffy adidas Chile 62 tan trainers today.
I can imagine the Bass are the wider ones because, usualy, I have to size down in loake.
Here is the history of the Bass Weejun, from the very mighty Ivy Style site:
The Loakes are called Eton.