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post #46 of 50


Holdfast, if you've got a purple velvet suit, and you want to wear it, go right ahead. Regarding, the trousers used alone: are you a fan of tunics? If so, find a black one, or have one made Mongolian style, belt it at the waist, and ride off into the sunset with your favorite ladyfriend, for company.
post #47 of 50
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Originally Posted by Ivan Kipling
(...) ride off into the sunset with your favorite ladyfriend, for company.

You know, a huge number of sartorial adventures are quickly forgiven when you have a woman at your side, preferably an attractive one.
post #48 of 50
err ??? Nay.

Unless you are a thespian or some sort of dandy from the last century.
post #49 of 50
I vote Yea!

If for not other reason, you should always have an outfit ready for Oscar Wilde night at the local pub.
post #50 of 50
In a subdued color - black, midnight blue, a very deep forest green or burgundy, I could see a velvet suit working. Independently, I would save velvet pants for a VERY fashion forward club, party, or show.

While I do occassionaly wear velvet during the day, particularly my black blazer, I prefer it at night.
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