It is with no small amount of pride that I tell you that The Boy has himself some real personal style, and he loves his sports jacket:
Navy hopsack blazer with two button cuffs and patch pockets by Nordstrom, $4.99, holiday plaid shirt by Ralph Lauren, $1.99, old navy jeans and duck boots. Finished with a monogrammed Christmas pin, and an elf hat, both made with love by Mama. The entire outfit was of his own choosing, for the last day of pre-school before Christmas break. One sharp dude.
Many hours later, as I dress for work myself, I am reminded of what a great look The Boy has put together, and I find myself inspired:
Old flannel blazer, with my new turtleneck sweater, Lands' End cords in "cinnamon", and Bean Boots. The combination of rubber shoes and a blazer ought to be considered a classic, at least in Massachusetts in December.
That's one thick turtleneck, via What Price Glory?. I bit, couldn't really help it. A pinch scratchy, but I like it. Sure is warm, anyhow.
Cotton socks in "mango" seal the deal.
A fine looking young man, he is lucky to be in the wonderful environment you and your wife are making for your children.A Happy Christmas and a Joyous New Year to you and yours.
You both look AMAZING, but I especially love the photo of your son! Such style! Merry Christmas to you all!
Great looking Boy you have there. Happy Holidays to you and the family.
You're a couple of lucky and dapper fellows, and Merry Christmas from North Carolina
I can't believe how big your little guy has gotten! He looks great decked out like that.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours!
You have a handsome little boy on your hands there, and with all of the style information he's absorbing in the home-lookout world!
Props on the turtleneck and the blazer, it looks great.
Good stuff. I was proud my pre-schooler chose to wear a tie when Mommy told him they were going to the movies last week. Merry Christmas, and thanks for a great blog!
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