Casual rig, today. Not much to do, today; reading and some errands. I apologize for not smiling at the camera. Sometimes getting the pic right takes more concentration and coordination than I can muster.
Here is a snippet. Obviously I need to get the requisite alterations made, so after I get it back from my tailor I will do a proper reveal. It is far from a work/city suit, and it will be used primarily for walks in the park, and other non-essential activity.
Warmed up enough to be able to venture out with a coat, so today I broke out the HT gilet, and my blutchers.
Braeval tattersall, EB cardigan (blue), no name neckwear, HT gilet, BT chinos, BB regimental stripe socks, Florsheim blutchers, Stetson hat (not pictured).
Scored a LLB duffel coat on eBay for a really great price. Kinda feel like I stole it, to be honest. Fits great, and I expect I’ll get some great use out of it. It’s not completely made to the original specs, but it’s close enough, and I generally like LLB products. So....
Cooler weather: Tweed sports coat w/ some type of an overcheck, v-neck jumper, tattersall, moleskin trousers (probably green), task appropriate shoes or boots.
Warmer weather: my standards slack a bit when the weather warms, please forgive me. Rugby jersey, bermuda shorts, task appropriate...
If it’s fleece, it’s all the same. Polar Tech, originally Malden Mills, is the company and the name of the fleece that supplies both Patagonia, and LLB. ...and just about every company making fleece clothing.