I was going through some of my old fashion magazines, and I stumbled upon an old favorite of mine. This issue of Robb Report is from September 2001, and it envokes imagery of classic WASP Style. The cover story focuses on classic English tweeds, chalk stripes, and plaids. All of the models are displaying the featured clothing while visiting their local club. Most of the clothing featured is from Oxxford Clothing, Kiton, and Ermenegildo Zegna. The cover is one of my favorite combinations. Featured is a brown windowpane cashmere sport coat, fine-wale corduroy trousers, micro-check cotton dress shirt, rustic orange stripe tie, wool v-neck vest, and a wool herringbone topcoat. The look is finished off with a silk pocket square, and an interesting pair of split-toe monk strap shoes. I always wanted to create this look for myself, and I bought items this past fall to do just that (with exception of the monk straps). I have never been a fan of monk straps, but I would make an exception if I could find a pair like the shoes featured.