I wear ties so little that that shirt is probably the only one I have that is suitable for ties. I think I need to make 4 more copies of it
FWIW, I'd probably narrow the spread just a touch if you're thinking about getting more made. It's OK as it is, but I reckon a slightly narrower spread would suit you a bit better. Still keep it slightly cutaway compared to, say, mine, but a bit narrowed from where it is at the moment.
Good macro points by Spoo, and if I might add a micro - a white pocket square is a go to fail safe on a dark business suit in charcoal or navy but it gets lost in a very light colored jacket, which might be practical for the heat and have a nice pattern/texture but from a distance blurs into light gray. Have some fun with your PS - it's your chance to make something pop as long as it reflects or complements a colour in your shirt and/or tie.
Originally Posted by pvrhye
Gonna have to dissent with Spoo on this. I like the dark shirt.
I thought so as well but maybe just not with my Italian complexion. Shame, too as it was very comfortable.
Originally Posted by MBreinin
[/spoiler] Seersucker is supposed to be bright and cheery, not worn on top of a mostly olive combination. You might want to consider looking into brighter colors, especially with your complexion. These dark colors are not doing you any favors. A crisp white shirt, some light blues, even some light yellows. Something to enhance contrast, not match your skin tone. This fit winds up just looking muddy to me. Mike
Points noted and adjustments to be made. Thanks, all!