I've always liked navy and became an even bigger fan when I realized that there are multiple shades of navy and when I began to appreciate texture in clothing. Excluding casual clothing, I only own 2 navy blazers, two navy suits (one with a micro-herringbone weave), 2 pairs of navy odd trousers (one a flannel), and a midnight navy tuxedo (also with a micro-herrringbone weave). The flannel navy trousers go with anything charcoal gray would, except a navy blazer.
Shades of blue are the only colors that work well for a monochromatic look IMO.
As for color combinations, I can't think of anything nicer than a navy suit, brown shoes, light blue shirt, grey or brown tie with specks of pink or pink details on the PS
Agree - blue on blue works well.
Really like that colour of suit. Its not navy, though. Too much grey in it (glaucous?) - which gives some contrast to the tie and is probably why it works so well as part of that scheme. Seems to be a bit of a move to lighter navy - or lighter and greyer like this one.
Big fan also. However, when living in Germany a few years back, au courant German friends unfortunately convinced me to wear black suits/blazers. Took me years to finally return navy to its rightful place.