St Tropez, Cannes, Dubai, Monaco - Men's Style

Well I haven't been on holiday to one of these swanky, fashionable destinations for quite some time but I know some of you are much luckier than I and maybe heading away sometime soon. So I headed out in my whitest of white outfit to the pristine white houses of Notting Hill for this shoot. Grab your girlfriend and whisk her away on a weekend away to Monaco, St Tropez or Cannes and have an evening stroll along the harbour, looking a million dollars as you pass the yachts, chatting about which one you'll buy if you won 10million on the lottery (my favourite conversation!).

Seeing how the photos have come out, this is actually my new favourite formal outfit this Summer and might just book one of these holidays, so I can wear it again...as I'm not sure it's really London style.

This shoot with Rebecca Spencer didn't exactly start off great, after meeting in Pret, my tripod swung around and tapped this woman on the head. Little did I know she was the local fruitcake, who turned around snarled at us with her single tooth and then actually full on punched Rebecca in the back. I mean looking back it was a massive lol, I mean who gets punched in Pret by a 70 year old woman?!

Now I wish this house was actually mine, but it isn't...and in true blogger style, we just waltzed into someones gated house, sat on their steps and started shooting. It is what it is really....yep fucking awkward!

Anyway, on to the outfit. Firstly the grey tassel loafer shoes are from Kurt Geiger but wait, I've just checked and they are currently discounted down from £185.00 to £99.00. The pristine white trousers are from ASOS. The white herringbone shirt is of course from London's finest shirt makers Hawkins & Shepherd. I have to thank Reiss for this amazing double-breasted blazer which is off-white/light grey in colour. I've accessorised with a Paul Smith watch and finally a single bold blue pattern pocket square by Furious Goose to make the outfit much more eye catching.

 

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Photography by Rebecca Spencer