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How to wear a Green blazer

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Have a really nice Belvest green wool and cashmere sport coat with a gold colored windowpane pattern, but i have no idea what would look good with it. Any ideas? Thanks in advance! edit: its a sport coat not a blazer. sorry, im still a newb LOL
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Light grey flannels medium grey flannels Chinos potentially Tan cords Tan calvary twill
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Light grey flannels
medium grey flannels
Chinos potentially
Tan cords
Tan calvary twill

thanks! would walnut colored shoes work? I'm assuming a white shirt would be best?
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Have a really nice Belvest green blazer, but i have no ideal what would look good with it. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!

With a golf club in hand, if you are a member.....
post #5 of 52
I thought this was pretty sharp when I saw it a couple months ago...

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thanks! would walnut colored shoes work? I'm assuming a white shirt would be best?

Sure. White shirt works as would baby-blue bengal stripe.
post #7 of 52
In your hand as a rag when you wash your car.
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I thought this was pretty sharp when I saw it a couple months ago...


Is that one of the dudes Zuckerberg stole the Facebook idea from?
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post #10 of 52
As long as it's not THAT shade of green, it's fine. And the hunter green used by the masters really is quite nice, it's just... used by the masters. The human eye is more sensitive to green then any other color, which has the result of making it pair well with about any other color. Green and red can be lovely, though it has unfortunate connotations outside of holiday parties. Green and yellow is awesome. Green and blue is a nice relaxing pairing. Green and brown go together naturally. Green and tan as well. Green and gray rub along well, green and orange provide a lively pairing if the orange is used responsibly. Are you getting my drift? Green is a very versatile color. I tend to pair it with earthtones most, but it's really pretty difficult to find something that doesn't work with green. Provided, of course, that said item isn't inherently ugly.
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Is that one of the dudes Zuckerberg stole the Facebook idea from?

I think this was photgraphed at Princeton, not Harvard. haha. He does look pretty similar to that actor though.
post #12 of 52
If your colorings are like this gentleman . . .



[pocket silk and phone color no, everything else yes.]

- M
post #13 of 52
Don't wear a green blazer. Just don't.
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It's been so long, you think he still remembers how to wear it?
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Originally Posted by TheWraith View Post
Don't wear a green blazer. Just don't.

Ah yes, the old "some articles of clothing are inherently evil" standby.
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