I dropped some things off at the thrift shop yesterday, but was in a hurry with no time to really look around. Out of habit, I scanned the tie rack on my way out and this tie caught my eye, draped as it was out of place from the rest of the ties on the rack. I walked over to check it out and it was a great Etro tie, and only $2.50 to boot. It’ll be great to pair with some navy jackets in the warmer months to come.
White Linen Square by Solosso.
Sunglasses and No Socks…I do believe spring is finally here.
Pants: Dockers Alpha Khakis, courtesy of Dockers
Shoes: Allen Edmonds Venetian Loafers, thrifted $22 (IIRC)
Washed Wool/Mohair, Seersucker, and Madras.
Jacket: LBM 1911, Yoox $125 (purchased w/ Visa gift card)
Shirt: Lands’ End tailored fit seersucker w/ contrast cutaway collar, $17
Tie: Vintage ~1990s Gap Madras, thrifted .50
Pocket Square: Solosso white linen, courtesy of Solosso.
Dusty pastels from Uniqlo are an affordable way to break into the Cucinelli color palette without breaking the bank. The color of the pants is not represented too well here, as I adjusted the colors a bit, but if you’re looking for those dusky pinks, dirty minty greens, and sun-washed lavenders and Cucinelli’s price point is too high (many of us are mere financial mortals, after all), I say definitely give Uniqlo a try.