I personally think they're both too short to be useful. The ways I like to tie my scarf all seem to require a minimum of about 72" length to work.If that's not an issue for you, I do like Johnstons of Elgin's cashmere scarves.
Seconded. The fit is very close and needs only minor adjustment; there's no reason to resort to the sartorial elephant's graveyard of pleats.(Preparing to endure a bombardment of pocketwatches, spats with kilties, Rogaine cans and fedoras from the pro-pleat lobby. Come at me bros.)
Cool.Also as much as I hate menswear cliches -- and this is the biggest menswear cliche of all -- a navy jacket really does look great with light grey. The cliche-ness can again be mitigated by going with a pattern.Just don't wear navy with charcoal (aka the security guard uniform).
I'd avoid pairing a light grey pant with a light jacket -- you want measurably lighter or darker. If you have no jackets at all, maybe get something with a pattern that you can also wear with staples like khakis, denim, etc.
Yeah, I'm starting to think there must have been a sizing change somewhere along the line because my experience has been similar. I have a 39.5" chest and after a few months of push-ups my size Large KW polo is frankly too tight to wear comfortably anymore.