THE PRINCE OF FABRICS: THE PRINCE OF WALES

by egrstyle

 

Edward VIII Prince of Wales in his own “prince of wales”

 

Il principe di galles (tecnicamente glen plaid)  deve la sua popolarità ad Edoardo VIII ritratto nel celebre tessuto quando era ancora Principe di Galles. Il glen plaid nasce come  Glenurquhart, un district check che nel XIX° secolo era utilizzato  per le divise dei proprietari terrieri scozzesi.E’ prevalentemente utilizzato  per abiti da giorno e da lavoro, in lana o in lino, se scelto ed abbinato sapientemente  dona a chi lo indossa una particolare allure raffinata. 

 

  The prince of wales  (glen plaid) it was a favourite of Edward VIII when Prince of Wales.
Also  known as Glenurquhart, it is a district check originally livery designs for 19th century Scottish landowners. It is suitable for daytime and business suit creating  a sophisticated allure.
 

 

REFRESHING THE PRINCE OF WALES

 

 

Unconstructed glen plaid suit, white poplin cutaway button down collar shirt, striped wool knit tie, cashmere cardigan, cordovan tassel loafer

  

Mixing a light blue oxford button down shirt, tartan wool tie, contrast v-neck vest, small buckle belt

 

Matching glen check with a pinstripes poplin shirt and a wool knit tie

 

Two buttons prince of wales jacket, striped crewneck sweater, contrast spread collar shirt, , contrast vichy pocket square,  o’ring  buckle suede belt, off white 5 pockets pants 

 

 A cool effect: glen plaid and denim

  

MATCHING THE RIGHT SHOES

 

Black calf derby with contrast socks

  

Chestnut suede loafer

 

 

Brown suede tassel loafer

 

 

Brown suede oxford