Boston saw her first real snow fall today, and I for one welcome it with open arms. Of course, nearly every conversation I had was peppered with complaints, as complaining about the weather, no matter what it may be, is something of a New England pastime. I think we've gotten too soft around here with our recent mild Winters, and I remember when I was a child that snow began to fall in November and didn't stop until April. I view today's weather as a reassuring sign that perhaps mankind has yet to ruin everything. Besides, when you have cold weather, you get to wear tweed.
Tattersall check cotton flannel shirt by Polo, $5.49, old vintage no name wool sweater, $3.99, pretentious ascot, $1.99, vintage English balmaccan coat, $7.99
Blue pencil stripe oxford button down with unlined collar by Lands' End, $5.49, vintage 1970s Rooster "Heatherknit" tie in wool/mohair blend, $1.99, Andover Shop tweed jacket, $8.99
Vintage English tweed jacket, coming soon to the AAW shop, wool challis tie by Polo, coming soon to AAW shop
How can you complain about a little snow when the clothes are this good?
Must have that tie...hunter & dog...excellent!
I love that tie and the many clothes you feature here. Much of it seems very British in style and if you weren't so far from London I'd be visiting!
A middle-aged man in search of style
It's always a good day when I can break out the Woolrich white/red/yellow/black blanket coat with ridiculous 70s lapel. After last years warm winter I'm ready for some freezing weather!
Okay, I'll give you last year as a mild winter, but two years ago we got buried. I was shoveling in my bespoke snow suit.
Only thing that matters is the pretentious ascot.
Please please please lose the silly ascot.
Any chance you might be willing to pre-sell that tie? I'm really diggin' it....
Love the blast of colors, winter is the best for dress!
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