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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by jml90
I love it. I'd like to get a pink seersucker suit

Off 5th had some Pink ones from Rufus on sale the last time I was there. I gave my friend some coupons, and I think he ended up paying about $130.
post #17 of 23
Thread Starter 
While we're talkin' seersucker another great shot today from the Sartorialist. This works great! I can only hope to look this good at this age.
post #18 of 23
Red seersucker is very nice, especially this example ala Marc Guyot:

post #19 of 23
I like the outfit, too, and his bowtie is tied wonderfully!

--Andre
post #20 of 23
I love the whole look. Most men don't understand the power of doing something different. It makes a statement. This guys looks pretty confident in his green seersucker. Most guys will barely put on a blue & white seersucker suit. There are many colors available in seersuckers such as yellow & white, tan & white, charcoal & white, tan & white, red & white, etc. This guys really looks good. He definitely knows the power brown shoes can have on a garment. If would've worn brown shoes or a cream or white suede wingtip.
post #21 of 23
Red seersucker always makes me think of this:

post #22 of 23
The outfit would look better if the bow tie had some red in it. Maybe green with red stripes. The colors need to be pulled together, so that the shoes don't draw too much attention.
post #23 of 23
I love it. I'd do it in a heartbeat, but with a different tie. Blue maybe. edit: Whoah, I just saw the red one. No way. I'm not fond of red on me anyway, but that looks like a candystriper's uniform. bob
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