From Europe in the Fifties. Through a Soldier‘s Lens
Auf geht´s ihr Roten!
Tonight my football team (Bayern Munich, that is) is playing against Arsenal in the eighth final of the european Champions League - my team´s colours being blue and red, hence today´s get-up. Additionally, i could make use of my new pocket square, the lovely blue and red thing growing from my breast pocket.
I am still overwhelmed how many new followers i made on Instagram over the past few days…wanna join?
Come on man.
Guy Rover. Nothing beats this polo shirt.
the perfect polo.
Pantaloni Torino @ Pitti Uomo 85°
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What would Ludwig say?
Tung To, owner of ToBox Shoes on 19th St. in Center City Philadelphia:
If you guys haven’t been over to ToBox shoes, please do so immediately. It’s one of the most impressive shoe boutiques to which I’ve ever been. The selection of English, French, and Italian leather shoes is amazing.
Also, you’ll get to meet Mr. and Mrs. To, the owners and operators. Here you can see Tung sporting an awesome green/blue/brown colored kit, featuring a scarf that his wife made by hand, as she does with all of the pocket squares, bracelets, and lapel flowers sold in the shop.
Like I said, get over to ToBox immediately.
Put This On Spring 2014:
Japanese Blue & White, Five Ways
(And Maroon, One Way)
For spring, the Put This On pocket square shop has added half a dozen Japanese cotton pocket squares. The cottons come from old rolls we’ve purchased at flea markets and vintage textile shows, demonstrating a variety of traditional Japanese resistance-dying techniques.
Like all our pocket squares, these are hand-made by a single craftswoman, with hand-rolled and sewn edges for an elegant presentation. No flat machined seams, here.
Each of these, like all our cotton squares, sells for a price more suitable to a mass-produced product: $45. Find them in the Japanese section of our shop, along with over 75 other beautiful designs in fabrics old and new.