Dulles to Heathrow tonight. Back home on the 29th in time to pick up LFG for a fun weekend. No promises on intra-journey posts. It won’t be a priority but we’ll just have to see what the motivation-time and mood ratio; coupled with the ease of getting online yields for a post or two from England.
I figured my signature randomness might be in order-you know-to hold you over till I get back. I finally take delivery of my half price Polo-Polo Camel Overcoat...just in time for the temps to return to the 50's. It's all good-and as LFG says about Camel Hair-it's "cuddly".
And speaking of my precious little everything-When I asked her what she wanted from London she said "just a snow globe Daddy". She collects them. I'll get her a little something more than just a snow globe. I can't articulate the love and gratitude I have for this child.
The proverbial Ghillie. A better contrivance for this shoe would be tobacco suede with a tastefully rendered rubber sole-then you've got a Ghillie for dress and for jeans.
Bespoke back rooms are never as tidy as the front showroom-nor should they be.
Sartorial house drawings-plans-renditions-prototypes-start with butcher paper.
It's a shame. All I can say.
The Grecian. A favorite of Eton Dons and Oxford Profs for centuries. A bit better looking than those hideous plaid mallard slippers that Tintin over at The Trad and that Hollister Hovey seem to be so proud of.
Colour-pattern-texture and a great source of inspiration-Apparel Arts
Onward-to the Motherland of Sartorial Inspiration.