Pants are a fairly light shade navy, but because the lighting is directly overhead, anything darker than light gray looks black.
Pink oxford spread collar.
This is awesome!
Great as usual. This only reminds me how bad I want a DB suit!
I love those shoes!
In that case, forgive me mentioning that I personally don't like having a similar fuzziness in both tie & suit within the look. Not saying I'd want a shiny silk with that suit either, but not something that's equally fuzzy either. Each is a wonderful item in itself though and she certainly clearly has an eye for a nice tie.
I still couldn't bring myself to thumbs-up a post containing a crotch-grab however.
I am. It's terrible.
Also, if it's not just the lighting, the trousers and jacket don't contrast enough. I thought it was a suit at first until I looked closer and was about to grumble about the colour of the shoes as usual. But paler grey flannel trousers, a different tie (and a normal pair of socks, but whatever on that as they're rarely seen IRL anyway) and I'd have liked this.
Shout-out to P-K-L for posting that great DB suit. Wonderful stuff. The buttons on both it & more especially on the overcoat are a little close together for me, but I can see the echo between that decision and those on the suit and regardless of personal preference on that, both items still look smashing. Excellent outfit; more please!
some people say the second button makes or breaks the shirt, but I say it's the collar ;-)
I quite like that cardigan and that shirt/tie combination. I'm less convinced by the waistcoat/trousers/shoes combination. A rougher-textured, pattered, navy waistcoat and perhaps cords or moleskin for the trousers would feel more in tune with the chunky cardigan. On the other hand, if the cardigan is purely outerwear (ie you take it off completely at work), then I can sort of see what you're aiming for.
Lazy Monday... and a new handkerchief.