Dunno about everyone else but I've had a great Sunday, taken it easy most of the morning, started building a new compost bin out of old pallets, mowed the lawn and now sitting out the back having a few Peroni's. Plus with the pub holiday tomorrow life is good.
Excellent Sunday here. Met some new people, baked a delicious cake, got some work done, saw a pretty girl for dinner. Relaxed a lot.
My brother. Story of my life. I talked myself out of buying a SEH Kelly jumper today, a SNS Herning Cardigan and an Inis Meain. I did not manage to talk myself out of the Howard Yount Cardigan, however.
I'm also thinking of buying some mid-gray trousers (currently own almost exclusively navy!).
I spent my day wandering around the Tyabb antiques market drooling over Art Deco homewares. Almost sprung for a pair of trumpet vases, but the colour wasn't quite right for us. Likewise almost pulled the trigger on some enamelled cufflinks and a half-bottle of vintage Guerlain EDT, but again chickened out. Afterwards had a great lunch at the Merricks General Store then drove down to Cape Schank for a stroll in the sun. Lovely.
BTW, the new freeway sucks.
I didn't even know that was a thing (the antiques market). I should go next time I'm in town and it's on.
This reminds me, I'm interested in finding out what people's preferences are for crew neck vs vee neck jumpers. And why?
I think the V-neck is a lot more versatile (can be worn with a tie so that the tie's visible for example, but can also look quite modern with just a t-shirt). That being said, Prof B's picture is something I also think is excellent. For work-related dress I stay with v-necks and occasionally were a crew.