Algebra 2 final exam today. I had to abandon my jacket when I went around to collect books. I hope none of the students mistook me for a cellphone salesman.
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I really like this. I think one of my favorites of yours.
Sometimes you guys say things and I have no idea what you're talking about. First, this whole notion about navy blue odd pants not being awesome is dumbfounding to me. I wear navy blue pants all the time and think they're amazing. I'd love to see some pictures where they don't work. Just like a navy blue blazer is a classic jacket, I see navy blue pants as being just as classic. Second, what is all this business about grey sport coats being wack. Again, I'd love to see a fail there as well. Pairing a grey SC with grey slacks is silly, because the colors are too close. Navy, beige and/or cream pants to name a few works well IMO. If I get a minute I'll find some pics. Ya'll crazy.
I beat you up pretty hard on the whole pleated mom-jeans thing a while back. However, on this topic, I agree with you 100%. I have no idea what all the fuss is about with either navy blue pants or grey sports coats. As long as you don't wear navy blue trousers with a navy blazer (or the grey+grey combo you cited), you're fine.
SF surely gets all worked up about grey odd jackets, and I don't see why, they're honestly not that hard to pull off in real life. Sure, a navy jacket might be easier, but sometimes people want some variety in their wardrobe. It would be really boring if we'd all be wearing navy odd jackets with mid grey trousers.
Unfair statement. I'm not advocating for blue OJs, I'm advocating against gray OJs that looks like orphans. Stiches's gray OJ has a shade of gray that has proved to be a bad choice, a dark gray (the acclaimed Harris Tweed herringbone, for example) or light gray would be much more easy to pair, specially if there's texture interest.