There are many ways to save money travelling. One of them is to sling your mighty wardrobe into a backpack, travel by omnibus and rough it with the longhairs in shared dormitories with no minibars or room service. The other is to use booking web sites that offer discounted board and travel, but this can … Keep Reading
“Having married several years ago, and thus having formal daywear in my wardrobe, I have been wearing morning dress to pay my respects to the fallen on Remembrance Day for some time now. I think it appropriate. The morning dress is standard, but in fitting with Armistice, it is rigged with my corps tie, service medals and obligatory poppy.” We didn’t realise Oddjob could speak, let alone write.
“Chaps are thin on the ground out here in the Antipodes,” writes Nigel Mason, “but I like to think I am doing my bit to uphold standards. I recently bought what I consider to be one of the ultimate Chap’s automobiles, a 1963 MkII Jaguar.” There is something so charming about this fellow that we are prepared to allow his choice of motor vehicle to override his choice of legwear.
“My father used to say, ‘Son when you hunt Anaconda, hunt it in style’,” writes Owain Hopkins. And mine used to say, “A man wearing jeans deserves to be bitten by an Anaconda.”
All well and good, and we admire your choice of tobacco blend – but you seem to have adapted your wardrobe to suit the suburban housing estate you have wandered into. Go to St James’s and do the same.