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Here’s another outfit ensemble for you from my own personal wardrobe. As you already know I am a huge fan of vintage and modern tailoring. I have a range of new, old and vintage pieces.

For me, the most exciting thing about tailoring is the possibility to mix and match. For example, the best thing about a three piece suit is that you can wear all three items separately.
With this ensemble I was going for a modern, vintage look. I wanted to wear a formal outfit, but by adding colour it brought a whole new feel to my look. My vintage, green, Prince of Wales check jacket brightened up my colour palette. The great thing about this jacket is that it allows my shirt, tie and waistcoat to be shown, which is the thing I like the most. It’s perfect for layering, worn buttoned up or open for a more relaxed feel.
To compliment the look I matched it with a light grey, medium-sized brimmed trilby; charcoal, houndstooth trousers and black, double monk shoes.
A perfect look for a day full of meetings and social events.


Grey Fur Felt Trilby – by Christys’

White shirt – by TM Lewin

Pocket Square – by Tails Clothing

Black Silk Tie – by Reiss

Black Stripe Waistcoat –┬áVintage

Green Vintage Prince of Wales Check Double Breasted Jacket – by Rokit

Charcoal Superfine Houndstooth Trousers – by Jigsaw

Black Polkadot Socks – by Oliver Sweeney

Black Leather Monk Shoes – by Oliver Sweeney


Photography by Fashitect