In his book The Suit, author Nicholas Antongiavanni discusses dandification, which is the difference between the way a typical man would wear his clothing and the way a dandy might do things. Now I do not strive to be a dandy, but I do prefer my clothing to be interesting in a discreet way. So the tan herringbone has undertones of red, the pockets are patch and flap, and though all of the other elements of the day's dress are light in tone, none of the colors repeat.
Tan Solaro suit out for its second wearing, paired with a light gray linen pocket square with a faint pink stripe, silver grenadine necktie with a brown cast, and a light blue stripe on a white ground shirt. On the feet, brown hose with small pink flowers and chestnut Edward Green punched cap oxfords with toe medallions.
From six feet away all is normal. From three feet, there is more to look at.