I decided on some colour for Monday's get up. And this is how it came out. I enjoyed it thoroughly as well. I needed some exhuberant colour for a pocket square instead of the conventional white folded one. Therefore I had no choice but to 'swipe' from some of the wares that I sell now and again. I really liked how it didn't exactly match with the turquoise knit tie but the turquoise stripes did evince some semblance of uniformity. The jacket was an off the rack purchase and then altered by Salim, a Pakistani national, who handles most of my sleeve and cuff alterations. I even had the button holes opened on the cuffs because functional sleeves are one of my favourite sartorial quirks.
A quick rundown of the clothes: Pants, light brown with stripes from Menz Warehouse, Pink semi-spread collar shirt from Apples, Light brown belt from street vendor, Turquoise knit tie from Ben Kruger and Co, Khaki single breast jacket from Fashion Fusion, Tie bar from thrift shop, Pocket square from Finishing Touches, Shoes, light brown cap toes from WoolWorths.
PG: Man to man, generation to generation.