This is the greyfoxmobile.

This is the greyfoxmobile, a work Land Rover, it takes the Fox all over the Lake District, often with his ‘dog’ dog (not a pampered pooch) Harry, who looks and is the real thing. Also the Fox is always carrying on about watches, he should do as he’s an expert, a mine of knowledge on their style and mechanism.
Loads of men online have a flash car, an over fussed spoilt dog, or dogs, and  a vulgar expensive watch and they think ‘this is style’, well gentlemen it isn’t. All three of the above should be part of you, blend in with you, reflect and show
who you are in a direct and simple way as they do with the Grey Fox.
Don’t turn the things that are part of you into fashion accessories. A car should be practical beautiful ( beauty is in the eye of the beholder) and fun, enjoy it, your dog is a dog that comes from a long line of dogs and as your friend deserves your respect as a dog and your watch is above all for telling the time, with this in mind remember all three should still have style, but it must be your style.

Preview post on Dec.12th, this extremely rare overcoat, 1923 Brooks Brothers Broadway New York

It came back from the cleaners and disappeared into the back room, nobody had seen it until the other day, anyway it’s back in stock and in the SALE, another bargain.
Dark grey, black velvet collar, four button fly front, flaps to the pockets, stitching to the hem and cuffs and a black and white wool check half lining.
All in all a stylish piece of men’s wear history. size 40.

There is still time to give.

The Salvation Army really do get ‘down and dirty’ at Christmas, going where help is most needed.
I’m told Food Banks urgently need food after Christmas, I suppose after the festivities we all relax a bit.
Anyway two more thoughts on giving.
Happy Christmas.
(Madonna and Child, Deco 8” BHC)

Happy Christmas Greyfoxblog,David Evans.

Happy Christmas Greyfoxblog, David Evans ‘The Man’. Knowledge and taste are two of David’s bywords, armed with  these and other talents but little back-up, except for Mrs Greyfox, he is a tremendous force for British Style and manufacture in menswear. While covering the best in foreign makers his main theme is ‘Made in Britain’. Not only Jermyn Street, Savile Row and all the big names, David also finds and supports many new names and makers.
So a big thank you to David Evans
for ‘Flying the Flag’ and his boundless enthusiasm, imagination, natural charm and energy in presenting the unique, excellent and very British greyfoxblog.
Bill Hornets.