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Navy check and navy chino. Not black.

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really? i hate it even more then.
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this I like. nice contrast of casual plaid/jeans and jacket.
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^^ I can never pull this off but it looks good and the fit is great
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Grade A

I've been leaning more towards bow ties lately myself. Any brands you would recommend for a newby? 
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very cool.
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What coat is that? I've been searching for something just like that for some time...
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I like the jacket and pants as separates, but the colors don't mix well. The shirt looks to go with both though, so taking off either the jacket or the pants would improve the look biggrin.gif I'd prefer the jacket being removed though.
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Not at all how I would imagine you, compatriota. ¡¡¡¡Yankilandia te ha absorbido por completo!!!

 

Elisix, this is how to properly  execute  what you´ve been trying to do all this time.

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Navy check and navy chino. Not black.

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I like it, navy and all. The problem is the shoes IMO. Perhaps some black shoes would be good, or brown suede chukkas. Just look at NOBD's fits, he is rocking MC casual with something like that.
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Agreed. 

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this I like. nice contrast of casual plaid/jeans and jacket.
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very cool.

Thanks guys.

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What coat is that? I've been searching for something just like that for some time...

JCrew Tweed from this past winter.
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Not at all how I would imagine you, compatriota. ¡¡¡¡Yankilandia te ha absorbido por completo!!!

laugh.gif ¿Qué esperas? Unas alpargatas y "manpris"?
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Some good looks today folks.

That bowtie combo is excellent CP. You do wool sweaters so well.

Gnatty, I think a darker brown leather would have looked great with this. I think that jacket screams for jeans for contrast but I love the fit and the pants are great. Are they jcrew by chance? Deets if not?

El Argentino, great use of a grey sportcoat. I would normally never try to pair a bold plaid like that with a sportcoat but you made this look good. Gives me some ideas. Sadly, my light grey sportcoat is a pronounced herringbone and likely calls for a more subdued pattern.
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Those pants and that jacket have no business being worn at the same time.
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Those pants and that jacket have no business being worn at the same time.

Rambo, question. How would you feel about a camel colored sweater ontop of pants like that? or is it the outerwear connotation of the color coordination that bugs you? Would a darker color be necessary or preferred with pants that are in the orange spectrum?
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