The classicly suited English visitor brings a style of dress that is not often seen in New York. The elements are common to both sides of the Atlantic, but the ways in which they are combined tend to be unique to London. In the photos, a chalk striped flannel suit, cream double breasted waistcoat, paisley patterned silk pocket square and a satin necktie.
Below the waist, black elastic sided slipon shoes.
The striped suit is classic City business dress, made less formal in flannel but dressed up with a waistcoat and satin necktie borrowed from formal day wear. The shoes are Churchillian favorites, convenient for travel without sacrificing too much formality to obtain their slip-on convenience.
The Englishman in New York.
Photos: Rose Callahan