If you remember correctly I wrote a blog post last month about my Sunday routine as far as dress style is concerned, and named it Sunday best. If you haven’t read it yet, I suggest you go back to it (here
) and acquaint yourself with the history behind the routine. This blog post is a continuation of that post which is the second of a three part series on Sunday best.
I do not exaggerate when I say Sunday is my favourite day of the week for so many reasons. More than anything else, going to church to listen to my pastor’s sermon and fellowshipping with friends afterwards is a perfect way to start my week. It truly sets me up spiritually and mentally as it serves as a springboard from which the rest of the week flows.
So me dressing up for Sunday is a way of making my intentions clear and being purposeful for things to come. Don’t get me wrong, what one wears has nothing to do with true heart issues and how you address them but its a small part in the bigger picture of getting me to a place where I can say I show reverence and respect outwardly to God by saving the best garments for the sabbath day.
Just because God looks at the heart and not what i wear when worshipping him does not mean I have to show up at His house shabby.
As Tom Ford famously said “dressing well is a form of good manners” and I couldn’t agree more.
Anyway for this part, I teamed up with designer and style consultant Rita Colson
to bring you another set of photos taken by none other than AugustChild
. Great friends of mine these two are and be rest assured that we have many more projects to we have worked which I will be sharing soon. Make sure you check their pages and follow their work.
Blazer/Jacket – This is 1/3 of a three piece suit I bought from Suitsupply and have served me very well. The suit itself is part of their spring/summer collection and is made out of wool, silk, and linen fabric which was woven in such a way that it allow air to go through it.
Trouser – These are from suit supply again and are part of a two piece suit.
Shoes – Poste