This Week’s Outfit

Gray and black in all the glory, but it works out to be colorful even in autumn. I have to my outfit chosen to highlight classic garments that in combination with each other creates a great mix. The outfit is inspired by both traditional English fashion, but at the same time, the more casual Italian, which to me is not a contradiction. Imagine a little Berkshire meets Bolzano.

Camel overcoat H&M/$ 1298
HM has with this rock created one of fall’s hottest coats to an absolute wreck price. I fall for details such as ticket pocket and seams in the battle which gives the coat a more luxurious impression. The coat is made from 70% wool 30% cashmere with hidden button closure in front, which is not only beautiful but also hides buttons that feel less lavish.

Acne Max Lost/Ca $1400
Max Lost from Acne is no unique model by any means, but a camel coat and a pair of blue washed jeans is in my opinion an unbeatable combination.

Herringbone skull Jeff Cap Lock & CO Hatters/approx. 1300 SEK
It has probably escaped get that I’m an anglophile through and through and I have therefore chosen to enhance this outfit with a herringbone skull Jeff cap from Lid & Hatters. The more casual model is perfect to the other garments and give a slightly nonchalant and cocky.

Forzieri dress/scarf/approx. 650 kr
I can’t help but fall in love with this scarf by Forzieri. The colorful Paisleyinspirerade pattern could light up the dark Swedish town. Ulltyget on the back of sidenmönstret heat during the cold winter.

White shirt Gieves & Hawkes/ca 1150 kr
Because it is the right so much color in my other outfit so I have chosen an all white shirt. My choice fell on this model from Gieves & Hawkes in more luxurious cotton material and with a classic cut-away collar. A British shirt when it’s at its best on politicsezine!

Jodhpurs Charles Tyrwhitt/ca $2100
Filip wrote last week about Jodhpurs and I follow the trend. This pair from Charles Tyrwhitt fits perfectly to the rest of the upholstery and especially to gubbkepsen from Lock & Hatters. Combine this with a belt in the same color and the success is given!