More vintage: Trousers, tie and gown are from the 40´s. Even the cigar is almost vintage - from the 80´s. It was soo dry. I put the cigars in a box together with a wet cloth a few days, and then it was fit again.
Twistoffat, you may be right historicly, but if you make emperic studies and walk with the stick like a real gentleman you´ll find that the "swing" is better if you hold the handle the "wrong" way. Try to walk with an umbrella. It works even better.
More vintage: A suit from the 50´s in a fabric from Marzotto, Pisa. A hat from Battersby, London. Cordovan shoes from Allen Edmonds. An old Stenström shirt. A Trevira tie + a Ford Edsel 1958. The biggest flop i car history.
Eclectic mix of new and old. English military hospital jacket from 1941, Italian straw boater hat "Mondial" from 1940-50´s. Belt from recycled fire hose. Swedish Oscar-shirt, italian silk tie "Lario" and Crocket & Jones shoes - all are second hand. New Brooksfield trousers. Certina watch from the 70´s. French wine from Alsace 2011.