The cardigan, we’ve been told, really came into its own via the influence of the Prince of Wales. Albert Edward, etc., that would be. Future Edward VII. From his earliest days in his sailor suit, he was quite the trend setter, and many of the styles we take for granted as the norm in the 1920s and beyond were set in motion as standards by that other Bertie.
Bertie, future Ed. Seventh, took to wearing a cardigan on the golf course, we understand. A pair of golfing plus fours would be grand with this, if such a thing existed in world, but perhaps not here in the Lago region of northern Italy where our Bertie, escutcheon of the Woosters, is sojourning for a spot of restorative mid-winter mild climate.
Cardigan ~ Fatal, Duover Cardigan in brown
Trousers ~ Asteria MensWear, Broderick pants, brown
Shirt ~ Kauna XIV in white striped
Tie ~ Adjunct, Classic Bow Tie, plaids collection
Cap ~ Argrace Hunting with “Very short” hair in light brown, color-change cap
Boots ~ Hoorenbeek, Ray Ray
Dressed for L$1519