Clearly you need help reading, I wrote that wearing a Navy Blazer, with a Brown Tie, and Grey flannels. (as a standard). Is for beginners. IE: "the safe fit".
which has no "style" anyway. Its just a template, - A beginner fit. The first thing a shop girl will tell you to wear.
If you enjoyed your clothes, as much as flaming opposing opinions. your fits would be more enjoyable to see.
we have different opinions, feel free to get upset about it if you want to. in a forum, it happens.
edit: Not going to humor Trollings from here on. - just fits, what i'm wearing on the day.
I wear the exact combo you are talking about (navy blazer, grey trousers, blue shirt, brown tie and complimentary PS quite often, it's a look I enjoy and I don't really think about it being a template, it just looks good. Sometimes I wear a green tie, sometimes burgundy it depends. I've been in this industry 17 years this year in one way or another (that's half my life by the way), from a bottom rung casual sales assistant to a buyer to now an owner, so are you saying I'm a beginner too?
Now a legitimate question for you, what goes better with a navy blazer than grey flannels/trousers?
We do have different opinions of course, and that's ok, it's good for debate. I just don't see why anyone who has a differing one to you (which is essentially everyone on here) is a troll.