If you are based in Melbourne like I am, I hope that you’ve had a fabulous long Cup weekend! I went away myself and have just realised that Monday’s post did not go up; so thank you if you did visit and my apologies for there not being a fresh new post for you!
I hope the freshness of today’s BusiChic featuree makes amends. I spotted John on my way home from the city where I’d been scouting for business chic workers to photograph. To my surprise I bumped into these smartly-shirted fellow right at the start of the street I live in; shall we take a look at his ensemble?
John’s quite obviously a creative but the way that he’s toned down his loudly clashing printed shirt and tie with staple pieces in safe shades of tan, got me thinking – why don’t blokes wear more fabulously printed shirts at work? I heard a rumour that my friends at Limedrop will be tying up their line of vibrant and original printed shirts for men soon which makes me SAD. I personally think that there are some fabulous blokes in the workplace who could break all rules with a corporate suit by accessorising smartly with a cloudly printed shirt. Ideally wearer would also have top-notch personality to accompany said shirt.
Anyhow, it was lovely to get this reply from today’s featuree John in response to my email asking for the details of his outfit:
Hi Cheryl,First off, my shirt is one of my own, ( Charles Edward Master Shirtmaker),Pants,vest, tie and shoes are op shop bought, the watch is a retro Swatch,Glasses are old Ray Ban bought from DeMille antique shop on Crossley st.Regards, John