Linen, cotton, silk, and an oxford comma.
Jacket: 100% Linen Beijing Bespoke, $80 (fabric inclusive)
Shirt: Solosso MTM, courtesy of Solosso Eco-Friendly Shirting (review forthcoming)
Tie: Vintage Henri Savard Silk Knit, thrifted $2
Pocket Square: 100% Cotton from The Tie Bar, $8
Orange and Blues
Shirt: Solosso MTM, courtesy of Solosso (review forthcoming)
Tie: Seaward & Stearn, gift
Pocket Square: The Tie Bar, $8
Jacket: Beijing Bespoke
Stripes, Plaid, and Foulard.
Jacket: Freedberg of Boston, thrifted $8
Shirt: Proper Cloth, courtesy of Proper Cloth
Tie: The Tie Bar ‘Grenafaux,’ $15
Pocket Square: Ashear, thrifted $2
Scarf: Johnston’s of Elgin Cashmere Black Watch Tartan, STP $35
Bow Tie: The Tie Bar, 100% of proceeds go to tietheknot.org in support of marriage equality.
So a few weeks ago Jesse Thorn posted over at PutThisOn about a great way to meld menswear with marriage equality vis-a-vis the TieTheKnot.org, an organization co-founded by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and his partner Justin Mikita dedicated to advocating for marriage equality. I of course immediately bought one of the bow ties, available exclusively through The Tie Bar, and it arrived last week when I was in the throes of my ‘one week of vintage Brooks Brothers ties’ challenge. Today is the first time I’ve had the opportunity to wear it, and I do so proudly.