A couple of early Wednesday morning shots, before the library opened, illustrating the attire for that day. It was based around a three-button wool flannel sports jacket that has been in the rotation for about 10 years. The pheasant necktie is by J. Press.
This has been the first wearing since 2019 following some alterations to take in the upper back and sides after the 2020-2021 weight loss. My tailor has a very good eye for such things. Depending on the garment, and whether, or not it has no vent, a center vent, or two side vents, he takes in the side seams, center seam, or a bit of all three.
In any case, the results have been pleasing. And it's so much fun to wear my gear once more after 18 months at home in, mostly corduroy jeans and rugby tops during the cooler part of the year or chino shorts, polo, or Madras shirts during the warmer months.