At the moment, we are experiencing a rather warm Indian Summer, and so a transitional wardrobe becomes very useful. Hence, we I would like to present one of the outfits I wear when I gets unexpectedly warm outside.
Not too long ago, I wore a fresco suit and today’s jacket is part of another fresco suit. For this combination, I decided to combine the coat with a pair of Ralph Lauren seersucker pants for a more informal outfit. That day, I attended Northern Grade on a Saturday. Since most of people in the US dress rather casually, especially on the weekend, I did not want to wear something as formal as a chalk stripe suit. The jacket’s green is very special and multidimensional, similar to a lovat green but lighter. Not many people actually wear green suits or coats, but especially during fall, I find green to be a great color that harmonizes well with the changing colors.
For this outfit, I chose lighter fabrics since it was 86°F / 30°C and I was out and about all day. Of course, it was not as comfortable as wearing a polo shirt and shorts, but it was nevertheless pleasant enough to keep on my coat at all times.
Suit: Fresco wool in green – by A. Caraceni
Shirt: Plain white End-on-End summer quality – by Siniscalchi
Tie: Navy, maroon, golden yellow silk knit tie, rather wide, vintage Hugo Boss
Belt: Cognac calf leather – Montblanc
Pocket Square: Navy blue silk with silver-grey hand rolled edges – made in Italy
Shoes: Cognac calf leather Monks – Herring Shoes