The attire I picked for Tuesday (as pictured above) is perfect for a day at the office, elegant top with warm fabrics (wool & cashmere probably) and a nice combination of patterns. The jeans tone down the stiffness of the outfit making it suitable for a laid-back gentleman.
Aiden Shaw has an interesting and – many would say – controversial past, but he is, nonetheless, one of the exponents of aging beautifully.
The grey pants go very well with the navy blazer. I love the layering: the vest to keep you warm, the cable-knit linen sweater for the right touch of brown and the houndstooth patterned scarf to make the outfit complete and distinctive. Oh, and I almost forget the pocket square, which is well chosen because it’s inconspicuous.
Thursday would probably be the right day to embrace a sober-ish color for your outfit. It feels like it’s almost weekend but you still have the rest of the day and Friday until you can break loose.
Pick a pair of checked charcoal grey trousers that you can combine nicely with a pinstripe shirt, because the pattern on the pants is subtle enough. Put on a black coat which could be dull by itself if it wasn’t for the patterned scarf. And literally, the bottom line, choose a pair of black brogue boots which is, by the way, a valuable item in a man’s wardrobe.
Looking good on that bar stool, getting ready for the weekend!
A more relaxed outfit for today, since it’s Friday: brown brogue boots, rolled up jeans and a very nice layering – a patterned wool jacket over a cashmere turtleneck over a white shirt which is not tucked in. The white pocket square adds on as a nice detail.
Careful with the bourbon!
It’s Saturday so you woke up late and you have to meet your friends for brunch. You don’t wanna show off – you just want to feel comfortable. You can pick a pair of grey wool trousers, the brogue boots again (told you they are a great item), a casual shirt underneath the vest and a simple, classic coat. The only item that you are playing with is the scarf. You can choose one with the pattern you like, but don’t go to crazy on the colors. A two-tone should do.
It’s Sunday and therefore, the last photo of the Aiden Shaw series.
This outfit is perfect for today: a white turtleneck in contrast with the black slim-fit trousers. I love the length of them too. A pair of beautiful black shoes, no socks and finally, the right junction between the top and the bottom, a sand Chevron peacoat.
“Easy like Sunday morning…”