Saturday, May 22, 2010
Oh, what stories our clothes would have to tell. Of conquests, loss, pomp and circumstance. The clothes with a deep patina would tell the richest stories. They have been around the longest, worn for the battle of the day again and again, and have earned their place in the closet. The shiny and new would listen on, not having experienced the wear of life, hoping that they too would pick up a nick or two over time.
Posted by Sartorial Vancouver at 9:11 AM
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Posted by Sartorial Vancouver at 11:20 PM
Earlier in March I was measured for a bespoke sport coat. I knew going in that the coat would be cut and sewn in London and brought back to Vancouver for a fitting in the Fall, which is when I would see it next. So it was to my delight when I found out that Jonathan is documenting the process on his blog. His updates and pictures will help the time pass until Fall is upon us.
Posted by Sartorial Vancouver at 10:58 PM
There is a casual air in the city with the warmer weather. It seems everyone is wearing less, and I find myself lightening up as well. Lighter fabrics and lighter tones complimented by the textures of straw, silk, linen and suede for that casual warm weather look.
Posted by Sartorial Vancouver at 10:20 PM