You asked, you get. Plus, I'm trying to write my thesis, and get distracted easily. I can't figure out what is wrong with my browser, but apparently, you can't link onto a specific item in YOOX anyway. You'll have to go by the product number. I looked for my size (40-41, or 16"), which I think you are close to (40 R jacket, right?) There didn't seem to be any suitable cream colored shirts on either Bluefly or Yoox, but here are some alternatives I'm sure will look quite passable. Pink generally matches well good with navy, so long as the pink is not of the hot variety. I'm not actually much of a Dolce & Gabbana fan, but one's got to give credit where it's due, and their use of color is generally terrific. The fabrics in Dolce Gabbana shirts are usually rich and often have a near satin finish. Not really for the office, but would look awesome for a night on the town, especially under soft light in a lux restaurant. Dolce Gabbana cuts pretty generously relative to others in the Italian designer flock http://www.yoox.com/us....eaid=36 http://www.yoox.com/us....eaid=36
Prada Well, you can't say the shirt won't match, can you. I like rep, slightly retro pattern (don't worry, the geek-chic retro thing is just getting started. Check out Marc Jacobs summer 2003) More of a hipster thing. You can also wear the shirt with jeans. http://www.yoox.com/us....eaid=36
Less well known than Dolce or Prada, Romeo Gigli's off kilter use of colors and fabrics, makes his stuff more fun to wear, though somewhat less versatile and generally accessible. I mean, how many times can a guy wear a lime green/mustard shirt before he becomes known as the lime green shirt guy. The shirt here is a basic style, and will be cut pretty well, if my experience can be a judge. It also comes closest to what you are looking for. Romeo Gigli, comes in "Ivory": http://www.yoox.com/us....eaid=36
There were also a few nice Zegna shirts on Bluefly, but I think that the style of Zegna is somewhat incompatible with Prada.