Season after season Loro Piana comes up with collections that underlines the ease, elegance and form of Italian style of being dressed-up but still casual and “chic” together with Italian craftsmanship. For the season on hand the collection shows full range of garments combining casual and “cosy” gear together with classic elements and style.
The look book of the season offers multiple ideas of how to combine white or light colored trousers into your fall and winter wardrobe - here together with blue oxford and grey cashmere. The jacket made of lighweight Finnish buckskin - exclusive for Loro Piana.
As Friday was kind of casual for me (no meetings) decided to go with some dark colored denim slacks from Finealta and pair them with the db-blazer from Lardini and white light weight merino wool roll neck from Sand. Most of times I’ve been wearing the blazer with lighter colored trousers but this time wanted a bit darker to bring some contrast to the light colored upper half. Brown double monks by Carmina (via Vaatturiliike Sauma).
Starting this week with the second part of short "series" - how to combine casual footwear - including three sets of wearing different kind of loafers, partly in collaboration with French shoemaker Bexley.
Fall is probably the best season for layering as the weather starts to get a bit colder especially during mornings and evenings but most of days are still warm and sunny. By wearing gilets, scarfs and light weight sweaters or cardigans it’s easy to balance between keeping oneself warm enough and maintaining easy adaptability in case the temperature keeps rising to higher readings. I personally tend to go pretty well into the autumn without socks if possible which makes it even more important to keep my upper body adequately dressed.
To start the week one more set of pics from our trip to Barcelona - featuring a sport coat combination I wore for an evening when we headed out for dinner at the beach in a restaurant called Bestial (definitely worth a recommendation). As most of my outfits during the…