First Wooster Wednesday of the year.
And it’s quite a tricky one. See, I like to think that Wooster’s outfit choices teach us something (and they always have) but this one, is a little tricky.
So the advice I dispense, may feel a little shoe-horned right now, but it’s good advice none the less.
Fear not the pattern mix, In my experience if the variation between patterns is large enough – so mixing fine patterns with bold patterns – and / or the tonal range is the same, then it works. Nick is sporting a nice combo here of tartan, pinstripe and even some herringbone thrown in.
Texture, especially in winter is paramount, it’s also functional as it keeps you warm, I just love the texture of Mr Woosters tie here, and how it works so well with the suit. Get your selfs a textured tie.
As a bonus, im including 2 arty pics of Mr Wooster in this same outfit.
Pleasure ladies…and of course…certain gentlemen.
6 thoughts on “Wooster Wednesday #12”
You have to love Nick Wooster. Very classic, very cool. Great post!
Yeah, the man is a rockstar
Great article ! I really like your blog, discovered it via instagram last night, and i can’t help but check all your photos and posts, very inspiring and helpful. I think Mr. Wooster should be an inspiration to all of us, style-wise, as both his work and his outfits are truly special and awesome. Have a wonderful day, both of you make a great team, for sure. Keep the posts coming.
Thanks for all the kind words.
And yep! Totally agree about Mr Wooster, thats why we love showing him some love on the blog!
Any idea where that blazer is from?
Afaid I have no Idea Zahir, but my guess is it’s tailor made for him.
However, a navy blazer should be relatively easy to fin, it’s a classic.