Styles

  • The Dapper Shooter

    2010-09-18 2 comments

    This style was submitted by Capercailies, a well-known retriever breeder in southern Sweden. Let us hope the lemon colour waistcoat do not scare the birds away!

    Bladen tweed jacket and Gurteen waistcoat
    Average: 4.8 (22 votes)
  • 100 % Covert Coat

    2010-05-30 Leave comment

    Our last slightly eclectic style did not make much success amongst our conservative visitors. How about this thoroughly British combination with a strong country heritage: A covert coat covering tweed, lambswool, tattersall, polka dots and corduroyCorduroy is a textile composed of twisted fibers that, when woven, lie parallel (similar to twill) to one another to form the cloth's distinct pattern, a "cord." Modern corduroy is most commonly composed of tufted cords, sometimes exhibiting a channel (bare to the base fabric) between the tufts. Corduroy is, in essence, a ridged form of velvet. In Sweden known as "Manchester". Not quite in season, but still...

    Man in covert coat
    Average: 4.4 (28 votes)
  • Duck Tie and Denim

    2010-01-27 2 comments

    Can you wear a tie to your jeans? And a shooting tie in Stockholm? Yes, you can!

    Man in jeans, jacket and tie
    Average: 4 (13 votes)
  • Low key cravat action

    2010-01-24 4 comments

    Wearing cravat (BrE) or ascot (AmE) does not have to be done in a retired playboy style. Here is a less conspicuous way to get into cravat action.

    Man in cravat and wax jacket looking down
    Average: 4.6 (17 votes)