This week's challenge is all about seasonal incongruence. Thanks to @Claghorn for the idea!
Could be a tweed suit with a linen tie, summer fabrics in autumnal colors, pastel flannels, etc. or just be weird and wear tweed to the beach on a nice summer day.
I don't have any inspiration pics for this one but you get the idea - feel free to post some inspiration pics to get us going
The cut off will be close to midnight (AEST) on Saturday June 4 and the poll will close on Monday evening.
The winner will need to organise the next challenge within a day of the poll closing. This is very important to keep us on track. If you don't know how to organise/organize the challenge, there are many people here who can help so don't let that dissuade you from entering. I've added some guidelines below:Organising/Organizing A Challenge (Click to show)
You need to come up with a theme for the next challenge. This theme is entirely up to you but I'm sure there will be plenty of ideas
Once you do, start a new thread in the Classic Menswear forum with a title like "Friday Challenge <Date> - <Title>".
Make an announcement in the HOF: What Are You Wearing Right Now - Part IV (starting May 2014) and WAYWRN: Classic Menswear, Casual Style threads with a link to the challenge.
Just before voting is due to start, edit your thread to include a poll, add in the entries and choose a closing date for the poll.
You can see how the other challenges have been run and pretty much copy the format.
Reach out if you have any questions.
Growing a beard since winter is coming even though it's 27 C outside are not in congruence with the season.
Neither is the wool tie worn with the khaki suit.
Suit - Belvest in a cotton/silk mix.
Shirt - OCBD from Shirtonomy
Tie - Drake's wool/silk
PS - plain white linen
OTC socs. Should probably have gone sockless today.
Shoes - C&J handgrade dark brown suede
Very similar entry to last week, only now with 50% more summer! Cotton madras and hopsack up top, flannel and chocolate suede below.
Edited by Gerry Nelson - 6/4/16 at 8:20am