Tuesday, November 2, 2010
If there is anyone left on the planet who is not yet aware, San Francisco's Giants won baseball's World Series last night. And the visual I wish I had for today's post is a grab from the few seconds of video I saw of the Giant's winning pitcher, a young man with shoulder-length hair, arriving at the stadium wearing a navy blue suit, white shirt and a nicely knotted bow tie. Any reader who can send ASW a reasonably high-resolution and in-focus photo or video grab of that scene will receive a new Kent of England CC20 clothing brush with a retail value of $80.
Meandering about from alterations tailor to shoeshine stand before the game, I was experimenting with a muted Cappelli necktie in block stripes of dark red and blue gray. It was difficult to photograph alone, and no easier while worn. Some things are simply better experienced in person.
Did I mention that the San Francisco Giants won the baseball World Series yesterday?
Lightweight Breanish herringbone tweed jacket, royal oxford cloth shirt, paisley pocket square and that muted cashmere and wool necktie.