I had been thinking about it for a year. Finally, I acted, and last week we (people enthusiastic about tailoring and classic stuff in Copenhagen) had a meet-up.
I did try to establish dress rules for the evening of a white shirt and black shoes but few would bother to follow them. The lawyer on the bike did, though. Now retired tailor Bent Wennerwald has made the blue suit.
Many readers will recognize this man. I cannot mention his real name but he is wearing a cashmere jacket from Harrisons’s Saltire collection. Like the heavy cream white flannel trousers it is made by Steven Hitchcock in London. Shoes are from John Lobb, St. James.
Another participant, who couldn’t care about my dress rules but did very well nonetheless. He wears a double breasted suit from vintage flannel made by Peter Undén and caramel coloured handmade shoes.
Snuff from venerable Fribourg & Treyer, like Brummell would want it to be.
Very nice back on a bespoke suit from Sartoria Ripense in Rome.
Michael C. G. Iversen in blue velvet jacket and paisley pink tie donning the most dandified dress of the night.
Source: The Journal of Style