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How to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Scandinavian style
It’s that time of the year again.
Tuxedo by Oscar Jacobson Velvet tuxedo blazer from weaver Pontoglio.
Full look by Cavaliere Great inspiration and jacket made of Loro Piana’s S’150 wool by the Swedish family business.
Tuxedo jacket by SIR of Sweden Navy blue colour with natural shoulders for a soft silhouette.
Patchwork suit by Tiger of Sweden Try something new for a modern New Year’s Eve look.
Tuxedo shirt by Eton A bold statement in this limited edition covered in eye-catching floral embroideries and made of Eton’s signature crease-resistant, extra long staple cotton quality.
Blazer by Turo Festive double-breasted blazer from historical Italian velvet producer Redaelli for the sartorial brand.
Tuxedo blazer by J.Lindeberg Jacket made of soft velvet with mechanical stretch.
Tuxedo by Sand Copenhagen The inspiration for this Fall/Winter collection is ”The Modern Gentleman, flirting with relaxed casual attitude”.
Evening shirt by Stenströms
From the brand’s 120th anniversary collection with special studs and cufflinks, made of twofold yarn in textured twill.
Cufflinks by Appletrees 925 sterling silver cuffs, handmade by jewelery designer Felicia Jaktlund in Stockholm, Sweden.
Pocket square by Olof 1982
Handmade pocket square ”The Dandy” in wool and silk, designed by London-based Caroline Lindop and printed by one of the oldest factories in the business located in Macclesfield UK.
Patent leather slipper by Myrqvist Formal slipper designed by style consultant Lalle Johnson, made in a blake construction.
Patent leather shoes by Rizzo Classic design from one of the leading Scandinavian shoe retailer.
Patent sneakers by Gram
If sneakers is more your thing, why not this sophisticated model with a hand cut EVA outsole and heavy rubber exo-skeleton?
Bow tie by Granqvist Made in solid silk from Como, Italy.