Sorry for the grainy picture. I would have taken the shot against my typical backdrop, but I haven’t had the gumption to take down the Christmas tree. I know it’s after Epiphany, but it’s the best tree we’ve had yet….
At any rate, the above is an example of more in-between dress. When going the monochromatic route, I like to mix texture and pattern. The Shetland wool roll neck is a plain weave, but the trouser is a glen check flannel (part of a three-piece suit). Suede shoes (Bally) and belt, hoping it won’t rain as predicted. Cold and wet. Not my favourite, which is why the fabrics are all warm and soft.
If I venture out and it’s not raining, this will get topped by a DB camel-hair polo coat.
4 thoughts on “Grey Days are In-Between Days.”
No worries, our Christmas tree is still up, as well. I have no excuses here, though, as it’s been near 80 degrees for three weeks now. I’m wearing linen today!
Love that combination. I’m crazy about gray lately. Something so warm, sophisticated and serene…
J&G, I love camel and grey together. Very sophisticated in my opinion.
Turling, I feel better. Thanks.
Very good looking Chris! I wear every shade of grey imaginable this time of year. Heather, charcoal, etc. I have taken to wearing some color in my scarf, earrings, or if layering a snug chemise.
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