Navy trousers. Bam, said it.
Ok, let's have another trouser comparison to end this discussion once and for all:Navy (Click to show)
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It makes it look more like a suit.
I didn't think I would, but I actually prefer the olive trousers, even though it gives the outfit more of a fall look.
T1's favorite (Click to show)
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The shirt looks more gray than white, but I think it looks better than the blue shirt with the original pants. The olive pants look the best IMO as well.
It looks white on my screen. Oh well, at least you get an idea of how it would look like. Anyway, it goes to show how many other colors are feasible besides the SF approved grey pants.
I disagree. Bam, said it.
Brown and dark gray seemed good to me, but, for that particular combination, the dark gray was too city. Yeah, gray ojs with no texture interest are a really bad call.
When telling someone that he's wrong, try to use some arguments or you just look ignorant. However, right and wrong are due to perspective when the matter is style and hence no matter what arguments you use, in the end, it's due to the subject. So, when you're going to make a statement about style, try to make it clear which background supports your statement and be aware that your truth is subjective.
Very nice as you have a color contrast in same colour .................very cool nice effort
Main Rule with Sports Jacket and trousers is complete contrast of colours............ you managed it very well in same colour.
Exception is Navy blazer on blue denim and due to miss match fabric rather than colour- it works very well even if monochrome look.