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Quote: Originally Posted by mafoofan Yes. When matching brown to brown, you have to maintain exactly the right amount of contrast between texture and color. If you're just a bit off, everything will clash horrendously. Additionally, this means having a whole bunch of slightly different brown trousers that each can only be worn with one or two brown jackets. Matching grey to brown, in comparison, is a mindless affair. As most people (especially...
Gray could look much better for the OP's complexion. He is far more yellow than .
Quote: Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum I like the look of a turtle-neck, but I find wearing one incredibly uncomfortable. I must have a ridiculously sensitive neck or something... Same. Mock turtlenecks are even more uncomfortable.
Quote: Originally Posted by foodguy for anyone who is interested, the Lands' End khakis in heavier weight are a little hard to find, but they are back on the website ... look for Winter Chinos. very nice. Are they in fact slimmer than the normal tailored fit? Those are really baggy for me. (Baggier than J. Crew Classic Fit)
My selvedge chambray shirt from RRL puckers the most of anything I have. Is fabric irrelevant?
Quote: Originally Posted by Miles Gloriosus I don't think he's doing that. I think he's creating a dialogue with his clothes that you missed. Conversation with the canon?
The armholes here are very high, and I wore it last year to a conservatively dressed office and conservatively dressed events in a conservatively dressed industry. http://www.rugby.com/shop/item.aspx?...719&cp=3138868
Quote: Originally Posted by AlanC Dude, you need to realize that I don't care if you don't like it.
I like how soporifically U.C.B.D. the ties are.
What a small-timer! http://www.proxibid.com/asp/LotDetai...13&lid=9065979
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