It was 105 F (40 C) in Napa Valley yesterday, but there was a breeze and it was pleasant under the trees in linen and fresco. The photo was taken after lunch and the linen has had time to achieve a properly rumpled state.
I wore an old necktie from San Francisco's Cable Car Clothiers that has survived nearly as long as my marriage. It looks remarkably ordinary and was not a particularly well made piece even when new, but I have never seen its combination of dot size and spacing when I have been in a buying mood. So we continue on together.
Light gray Brisa trousers and a jacket from Holland & Sherry's 14 ounce linen are worn with a linen cap and shirt, Edward Green spectator slip-ons and the aforementioned necktie.