Your dress should be in sync with you, with how you feel that day. The key to style is finding that equilibrium between the way you are feeling that day and the way you dress. You are constantly expressing yourself.
The way you hold yourself, the way you place your hands will change the aspect of a suit. Style is to be found in everything that we do. For instance, the way you place your napkin while you are eating can define your style.
What I am trying to say is that more important than how many centimeters of shirt cuff you are showing is that you be in sync with the way you dress.
“Alas, you can’t and you won’t. But wait, I have a solution. Knit ties. No, hear me out before you go to have ‘a little work done.’ Knit ties are imperfect by nature. The knot slips a bit. They fly in the wind. They pull over time. They have a variable shape. They are casual, playful, a kid dressed in his dad’s clothes. Do you have a bulldog? They are like a bulldog face. Imperfect, yet, beautiful. Forever young? No. But they ooze sprezzatura, spirit, elegance. And, oh, if you don’t have a dog, you might get one. I worry you are not getting out enough.”— Luciano Barbera, on how to stay young forever (via putthison)
The Wyatt is the second addition to our rucksack family. Lighter weight and more streamlined than the Hunter, it’s the perfect way to wear a backpack during the warmer months.
Made up of sturdy cotton sailing canvas with all leather strapping. The bag features a contrast navy canvas bottom, a front flap zipper pocket, easy access side slip pockets, and solid brass hardware throughout.
Post & Sketch by BECKY | Photo by ERIC | Available April 2012