Let’s forget bespoke for a moment. Let’s shop ready-to-wear menswear for fall and winter.
Weekend shoes and business shoes. I will pair the tan storm welted Heschung shoes with cords, jeans or sturdy chinos. The plain black cap toes are for business suits, of course. Merchants: Manufactum and Schuhmanufaktur
The blue pea coat is for cold weekends, knit or a blue blazer, and jeans or chinos, not for blue and grey lounge suits. The field coat in tweed with waterproof membrane is another weekend coat, though for country walks, not for strolling city streets. Troelstrup and Cordings
Heavy grey flannel trousers are rare ready-to-wear. Manufactum makes a pair. A brown jumper for gardering and other outdoor weekend pursuits is a wardrobe necessity, if you like classic style. Merchants: Sweater-Ireland and Manufactum
The drab winter wear needs a splash of colour. Traditionally the scarf has been the splash. A thick cashmere scarf is very nice against chin and neck. Sturdy and soft carpincho gloves make a good comapanion to such a scarf. Merchant: Grunwald
Central heating hasn’t been friendly to the dressing gown. However, if you are sensitive to cold or prefer a low room temperature the dressing gown in flannel, cashmere or vicuña might be a useful garment. You could pair a tan vicuña gown like above with leather slippers from L. B. Evans. Merchants: New & Lingwood og Daniel Green
Illustrations: The Journal of Style