After Wednesday’s article on boots called for an anonymous comment inspiration for an outfit with a pair of riding boots. Admittedly, it is not easy to bear up and risk looking like a misplaced Dressage Rider is imminent. The idea behind this week’s outfit are trying to combine a little more casual attire with quite stringent ridmodet for making upholstery viable on the town.
Ridstövar König (4471 kr)-Agooddir belongs to the absolute top riding boots manufacturers. Made of finest calf leather in the German town of Erkelenz, which also contributes to a pretty high price tag.
Bag Johnstons (approximately £ 3170)-Johnston’s has since 1797 made high quality cashmere garments based in Scotland. Collection “Tweed Luggage” includes both bags and vital accessories like champagne cooler. All are dressed in tweed with details in light brown leather.
Scarf Johnstons (about 1350 ad, Our site)-Ingemar Bergman, according to Kings Per N have had a fondness for the brand’s cashmere socks. Bergman had demonstrably good taste even outside the movie world.
Jeans Cheap Monday (400 kr)-in this autumn’s collection have Cheap Monday alongside his jeans with a lot of interesting jeans models. This model is with creases slightly more dressed up and works just fine as a contrast Pant to jacket.
Shirt Paul Smith (1340)-in the transition period between summer and autumn go with the outer coat tends to be too hot, and it is often with a warmer shirt. Here a nice variation from the Paul Smith including wooden buttons.
Shirt Our Legacy (1095)-casual and simple shirt from Swedish Our Legacy.