In Stockholm with Zacapa

zacapa-grafik4I like to drink. Not in an unhealthy manner, but I like a good glass of wine or a good cocktail. In that sense quality is always key! This is why I was very thrilled when Zacapa invited me to a dinner – in Stockholm. The dinner was part of concept called “Nuet” focusing on staying in the moment – Nuet translates to the now. A concept where all electronic devices are banned, so that you can fully enjoy the meal. That meal was of course accompanied by tasty – and very different – Zacapa rum drinks. Further to set the mood had Andreas Bernitt composed two pieces for violin that he performed during the meal.

This foodie experience are soon coming to Copenhagen and opens at Gemyse in Tivoli by the 16th of January.

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This is what I wore for the dinner

Taking into account that this was a dinner event, I felt like dappering up. But instead of a formal suit, I went with wool trousers and a navy jacket. Breaking up the attire in different colors, and preferably some more sturdy fabrics, really dresses down the outfit. The sturdy fabrics also seems as a great contrast to the fine silk tie.

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Jacket – Minimum – Similar (affiliate) // Shirt – Bertoni  – Similar (affiliate) / Tie – Hermès – Similar (affiliate) / Pocket Square – Atlas Design – Similar (affiliate) / Ring – ASOS – Same (affiliate) / Trousers – Suit Supply – Similar / Monk Straps – Bertie – Similar (affiliate)

 

Best Regards,

Jon
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