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post #11311 of 13589
Shirt is actually light blue. Pic just doesn't pick it up. I don't like it with off white chinos much but I may try it with my cream flannels once they come in. Most often I wear it with very light grey.
post #11312 of 13589
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Originally Posted by tdude View Post

thanks, good photos are still elusive to me.  The colors are a bit off in that one, though it looked fairly representative on my phone screen.  Oh well

photo quality is actually pretty good. but ill bet you are uploading via SF mobile, as all the pics via the mobile site come up very small.

even though the mobile site is about a million times better than tapatalk, the sole advantage to tapatalk imo is that it uploads pictures in full size. i think its well worth the few bucks the app costs. just my 2 cents.

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post #11313 of 13589

Unbel, the right shade of navy trousers might be an excellent pairing for that. I don't feel confident that I could sell you burgundy cords, but they'd be worth a shot.

 

It's a nice jacket, but I'm starting to think I just don't like windowpanes that much.

post #11314 of 13589
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Originally Posted by YRR92 View Post

Unbel, the right shade of navy trousers might be an excellent pairing for that. I don't feel confident that I could sell you burgundy cords, but they'd be worth a shot.

It's a nice jacket, but I'm starting to think I just don't like windowpanes that much.

Burgundy cords would be a little over the top for me. I don't like red that much, and I don't really like cords in tailored outfits very much. There are exceptions, of course.

I have blue flannel trousers that I quite like, but blue trousers + blue jacket, plus the likely light blue shirt puts too much of a blueberry feel on the entire thing for my tastes.

You're crazy for not liking windowpanes though.
post #11315 of 13589
1. windowpanes are awesome.

2. i want to see unbel dressed like a blueberry now.
post #11316 of 13589
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i have never seen a marinella grenadine in person. frown.gif

Don't despair, you have one from Hober, no? :-)

It seems that at least some of their grenadines are from the same Italian weaver, Fermo Fossati (this from a fact finding 'mission' I went on for David some years ago).
post #11317 of 13589
Aportnoy, that grenadine is spectalular. Can only echo Stitches' sentiment that brown ties rock...
post #11318 of 13589
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Originally Posted by Kaplan View Post

Don't despair, you have one from Hober, no? :-)
It seems that at least some of their grenadines are from the same Italian weaver, Fermo Fossati (this from a fact finding [URL=http://www.styleforum.net/t/131741/back-from-italy-the-
damage-done/0_30]'mission'[/URL] I went on for David some years ago).

i have a few from hober, navy, black and chocolate, and i love them. smile.gif

thanks for the link.
post #11319 of 13589

stitch, dat tie :slayer::cheers:

post #11320 of 13589
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post


Burgundy cords would be a little over the top for me. I don't like red that much, and I don't really like cords in tailored outfits very much. There are exceptions, of course.

I have blue flannel trousers that I quite like, but blue trousers + blue jacket, plus the likely light blue shirt puts too much of a blueberry feel on the entire thing for my tastes.

You're crazy for not liking windowpanes though.


Is the jacket light blue? I thought it was light gray. if it's light blue, then navy wouldn't be so hot, but regular mid-gray would.

 

Tan trousers? I'd say moleskin or cord, but I suppose tan flannel could be cool.

 

I don't _hate_ windowpanes, but I'd say I like them a little less than average. I don't generally like them on odd jackets, and I strongly prefer light windowpanes on dark grounds.

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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

stitch, dat tie icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gifcheers.gif

wink.gif i was waiting for you to come along.
post #11322 of 13589
It's light blue. Here's the fabric it's made from:

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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

It's light blue. Here's the fabric it's made from:


Moonbeam?
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post

Moonbeam?

Yessir.
post #11325 of 13589
Conforming completely to tradition today. And a dark bottom coincidentally. No brown tie though:
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