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I found this Paul Smith peacoat on sale rummaging on e-shops. It is wool made which guarantees a certain quality and sturdyness. A classic design is what we can expect from such a peacoat, at a pinch, the only original thing here is the buttons. A great occasion to get a top quality piece fot… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
In case you don’t know yet, the difference between a chukka and a desert boot comes from the sole material. This one here is rubber made, then we can call it a chukka. As usual, they’re suede made. Just a thing about the colors, navy, “brick” and beige : just cool. To finish, just know… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Ok, I’m a New Era addict, don’t blame me for that! We’ve alrealy talked about Hall of Fame, this US brand specialized in caps. They have released some new colorways for their classic model : the Collegiate H. Here, the logo is really particular with a bicolored emboridered H on a navy body. This touch… Read moreno validationand2 comments for this article.
I’m actually very proud to present you this finding. It’s quite hard to happen on a casual and original waistcoat. The assymetrical check collar makes it very original. I just have a doubt (as you can have one) about the back, which is also check-patterned. But I guess that if you’re wearing a sober outfit… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
This navy cardigan by Oliver Spencer looks good! It features red and grey tipping and two curved pockets. I’ve just a doubt about materials: it’s made in 68% Viscose! I’m not really a Viscose fan. £135 from Cogglesno validationandno comment yet for this article.