Fog the other day and the temperature was perfect for a light weight scarf. This one is worn with a blue tropical weight suit, a light blue shirt and mid-brown shoes.
The scarf is linen in a vintage madras print by Drakes London. The suit is in a discontinued Rangoon fabric that John G. Hardy called a white pin dot. No-one of my acquaintance has ever been able to make out a dot, but it was nice stuff nonetheless.
By the way, any readers in need of a black and white tropical glen check with a red overcheck should consider snapping up one of the three lengths remaining of the Rangoon 0137 at the bargain price of £18.40 per metre. Comparable cloth is easily five times that price. But I digress.
I believe that one of the drivers for the return of summer scarves this year has been that they complement the tieless suit worn Clooney style. But with tie or without, they are just the thing for the fog.