Strong looking coat for the finale though.
I love the way you dress!Why men in Québec doesn't dress like that!??I visit your blog everyday! I simply love it! I think i'm gonna do some illustrations based on your preppy pictures! If you don't mind, of course! :)
Indeed it is a sad time. On the bright side, time to bust out the madras and seersucker!
Hello tweed my old friend...I've come to talk to you again...Anyway, It's time to break out the pink and work on your tan Richie! You need a good base before you head out to sunny LA. Is the Mrs. coming? That chick from GG (LM?) keeps txtng me about you. Seems she's excited to meet you...and when I say "excited", I mean...well, you know what I mean.P.S. Thanks for taking care of that thing.
Great jacket. Have a happy Easter!
It is sad to have to retire the tweeds into hibernation until next fall. It's also time for the ladies to put away the black leather boots, its just not okay to wear them after April 1st. Happy holiday!
Houndstooth usually isn't as heavy as Harris tweed, so a nice choice for the transition into early Spring, as long as it works. My solution is a deep green herringbone tweed. More a Spring color than an Autumn one. Depending on the temperature, of course! I'm already wearing blazers on warmer days, but here in southern Italy it hasn't hit 80 yet.
well, here in Scotland it's been snowing again...and in Glasgow too (hardly the highlands).Personally, I cannae wait till I can break out the madras!!!
Every once in a while, I get to thinking that Worthington has disappeared once and for all, but all too soon realize that I was being too optimistic.
Very similar to Gun Club Tweed.Good job, Worthy ol' boy, of mentoring.
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