|[Brogue Boots] Anatomic & Co [Trousers] Topman [RollNeck] Portugal [Fur Collar Coat] Israel [Snakeskin Belt] Viltan London|
There is nothing like an immediate thrust of cold air these days. The tingly red noses, rosy cheeks and coldness brushing against my shaven head. Just like open air spaces, or a modern day coverable, where the fast & furious wind metaphorically is my morning hairdryer. This early twentieth century Ford T Model was rather rare moment for me. It was the first affordable automobile, purposely parked in a disabled plot. The moment was so rare, I just had to climb into the car for a split second to test the comfort of the leather seats, anxiously on a lookout, popping my head outside (no window rear mirrors). My Cognac Toast Chelsea brogues, is perhaps my most comfortable pair of footwear yet, (it felt like it was tailored to my feet slipped on like a glove). An absolute favourite that sings out 'these Anatomic & Co Guto boots were made for walking'. The Chelsea boot was first manufactured in the Victorian Era for horse riding, handcrafted with elasticated side panel & brogue detail. Perfect for fall, this chestnut brown tone was my intentional palette for my modern day vintage attire.
Photo Credits to Alicepoint