Note the pink socks with green stripes, from Dapper Classics, peeking out from beneath the chinos.
Here is how the males of the Average Guy's Guide to Classic Style household dressed for Thanksgiving Supper late yesterday afternoon, continuing an example set many, many years ago by my maternal grandfather and great uncles, and later my father, all of whom wore at the very least a collared shirt and sports jacket to the table for holiday dinners. More often, it was a suit, white shirt, and necktie for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's, Easter, and other special occasions. And no. Rest easy, gents. The Grand Duchess did manage to slip upstairs right before supper and exchange her jeans and Birckenstocks for a dark top, skirt, and a pair of heels.
The Young Master, who succeeded in looking much more relaxed and at ease than his father. Chalk it up to the promise of pumpkin pie.
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