backpack – GRUNGE JOHN ORCHESTRA
sunglasses – Ermenegildo Zegna
belt – Fratelli Rossetti
bracelet – Viola Milano
jacket/coat – Polo Ralph Lauren
T-shirt – Barbour
shoes – Church
socks – Pantherella
jeans – Bespoke
perfume – ETRO “Vetiver”
LOL - I will send you a gift card to IKEA!
Catches were quite scarce. The lake we were on only had Brook Trout in (I think that's what they're called in English - «truite mouchetée» in French) and most were pretty small in size. Only two catches worthy of mention are a 14" and a 16". Rest of them were in the 6"-10" range.
No pictures of course, as I'm the kind of bastard that babies his camera - hence I didn't bring it on the water. Just figure some 8" LL Bean boots, a pair of beat-up Levi's, a burgundy hoodie and the usual rain/floating fishing gear I borrowed my stepfather - this was a first for me, I'll do better next time!
First time in a long time I've been 4 days in a shack without cell reception/Wifi/electricity! It's fun from times to times to get back to basics!
Thanks! There was some discussion a while back on the subject of BD shirts with suits. I believe it was argued by some that this is in fact a classic American dress trope, hence allowable; the wearing of OCBDs as part of casual ensembles, i.e. without tie, is a far more recent phenomenon.
In the UK my fit would possibly be frowned upon. However, I live in Australia, where merely donning a pair of lace-up shoes identifies one as either a silvertail or a hipster. (I, of course, am both.)
But I like going against the trend. My aim is always to look as studied as possible, without actually expending any effort.
I'd say you succeed rather well.
What's a silvertail?