The Weekly Web Roundup: Oct 5, 2019

It is the weekend again; the time has come.

Time for another edition of the Weekly Web Roundup! Have a dose of my weekly collection of style inspo with these five fantastic outfits from the best on the ‘gram.

1: @charlestyrwhittfan

What I like:

On paper, the torso combo shouldn’t work. However, it does.


The tie has a bit of texture going on. If it was a smooth finish, I think it’d be running a risk of not working. Additionally, the subtle stripes of the shirt provide a bed for transitioning from the windowpane of the jacket to the diagonal lines of the tie. The devil’s in the details.

2: @sartoriaguiliva

What I like:

This whole shot and outfit are a huge vibe. It instantly transports you into the world of a 70s/80s country gentleman.

The neutral colour palette is very adventurer-esque and who can go past an ornate cable knit sweater in ivory?

3: @happypreppy

What I like:

I have a penchant for yellow trousers. A classic ivy outfit set apart by the lovely yellow.

4: @j.robie

What I like:

This is like if James Dean’s character in Rebel Without a Cause had the chance to mature, and became successful in life.

I need to find myself one of these jackets…


What I like:

Really good pattern matching work here. There’s a lot going on, but it’s all harmony. Not the easiest outcome to achieve, but here it has been done.

The Perlon strap on the vintage Omega is a nice touch of colour coding. I’m impressed to see the Prince of Wales tie being matched with several other patterns as it’s usually quite a dominant statement in itself.

I have a soft spot for the classic blue shirt variants with contrast white collars too.

That’s all for today!

Hope you enjoyed. See you next time!

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With content features ranging from appearances on popular menswear hubs (The Rake, StyleForum, Put This On) to French perfume newsletters and university course readings, Sam is a writer, designer and enthusiast in the fields of menswear and fragrance.

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