Location: Caelestium Isle
The argyle pattern, with its diamond lozenges intersected by diagonal lines, is identifiable at least back to some point in the 17th century, and is traditionally associated with the Clan Campbell of Argyll in Scotland. However, it was a Scottish knitwear company, Pringle, that popularized it after the first world war. They came up with their “signature” intarsia argyle pattern, which the eventual Duke of Windsor just loved to pieces, in the 1920s. Mostly associated with something one might wear out on the links (what we would give for a nice, billowy pair of mesh plus fours, we will state once again, because it cannot be overstated), an argyle cardigan is none-the-less an appropriate element for country and casual wear, generally speaking.
Cardigan ~ Sey, mesh cardigan in beige argyle
Trousers ~ Bastard, casual baggy in herringbone tweed
Shirt + Tie ~ Hoorenbeek, Real Shirt, print shirt HUD and print tie HUD added
Hair ~ Action James (includes color change HUD and a plethora of color options)
Shoes ~ Lapoint & Bastchild wingtip with single and two-tone options (includes HUD)
Dressed for L$2686