Wearing a sweatshirt or long sleeve t-shirt with shorts and sandals, sometimes accompanied by a frosty cold beer. This combination of clothing allows for maximum heat to be retained during the transition of the seasons between summer and fall, while at the same time allowing for a level of temperature control with the legs and feet being uncovered.
Typically is seen during the time between the summer and the fall but can also be seen during the time between the spring and the summer.
The beer in this ensemble is often referred to as the pocket square. Beer, like a pocket square in a standard tuxedo, is often not necessary but when its present everyone know you mean business.
DG: Woke up this morning and it was a brisk 60 degrees....totally broke out the KG tuxedo.
KG: Very nice, did you remember your pocket square?
DG: To early to break out the pocket square, maybe later tonight.