Location: Goatswood
We have nothing earth-shattering to offer today, but as we were messing about with this and that, here and there, we thought we might go ahead and capture a few photographs exploring just a little more country/casual attire.
We are dressed today in a muted plaid lounge jacket paired with our favorite casual, almost heather-mixture tweed trouser. Two variations of waistcoat, shirt, tie and shoe are considered.
Let us discuss for a moment shoes. Again. A stout Oxford or derby shoe with brogued toe cap — pointed or not, two-toned or not — would have been a standard, but Mr. Wooster grows a little tired of them when worn all the time. As an alternative, he is experimenting with a rather festive saddle shoe in the second illustration. Saddle shoes started life as sporting shoes — particularly for golf — but by the 1930s were beginning to be coopted by women. Some today consider this a feminine shoe, but we’re satisfied with its inherent masculinity.
 Location: Neva River
Mr. Wooster’s valet finds these shoes far too loud, alarming even, with the vivid combination of merlot and black, but Bertie is in full rebellion at the moment and will bally well wear them when and if he wants.
Jacket ~ Kauna XIV, Plaid Earth
Shirt  ~ Kauna XIV in white
Tie  ~ Adjunct, Classic Bow Tie, plaids collection
Shirt  ~ Hoorenbeek, Real Shirt with colour change HUD
Tie  ~ Hoorenbeek, mesh printed HUD
Waistcoat  ~ Kauna XIV in plain rust knit
Waistcoat  ~ Kauna XIV in black
Trousers ~ Bastard, herringbone tweed casual baggy
Shoes  ~ Lapoint & Bastchild wingtip with single and two-tone options (includes HUD)
Shoes  ~ Lindy, Parker in black/merlot
Hat  ~ Quedra HD Design, free brown mesh fedora, tinted as desired
Glasses  ~ Body Factory, Antique Glasses, group gift
Mustache  ~ Fe Style, 6ED in brown
Hair  ~ Action James (includes color change HUD and a plethora of color options)
Dressed for L$1756 & L$2054, respectively