3. Afternoon Errands/Evening Date
You have to adapt to unexpected weather. As I’ve written before: check the forecast and dress for the current conditions, not what you expect from the calendar’s precedent.
For all these in-between, kind-of-cold days I’ve found it comfortable to use a thin turtleneck as an insulating layer under a heavier sport shirt. Many of my looks are born out of practicality and comfort, and this is a good example.
Yet another way to wear that versatile turtleneck, as featured here.
This jacket works with just about everything. In truth, I was wearing a different jacket over this look and just quickly changed it to complete this blog entry.
That goes back to the thesis of this post - a wardrobe should be built with versatility and interchangeability as its top priorities.
Thanks, as always, for reading.
Yours in style,
Photography by Alex Crawford.
- Sterling Silver tie bar by Tiffany & Co.
- Navy wool suit trousers by Michael Andrews Bespoke
- Black cashmere socks by Marcoliani
- “Adams” black leather tassel loafers by Allen Edmonds
- Olive suede jacket by John Varvatos
- White cotton dress shirt by Michael Andrews Bespoke
- Watch by Montblanc Timewalker
- Black alligator watch band by Montblanc