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Hard to find dark colored seersucker that doesn't look dorky  at work. I recently picked up a really nice Piatelli entirely navy seersucker jacket @ barney's outlet. Looking for matching slacks out there. Best luck I had was a navy pinstripe  suit from paul Fredrick. any suggestions? Bonobos had a navy ss suit, but looks purple. closeup of piatelli jacket fabric looks like deep navy alternating with indigo stripe-total effect looks like solid dark navy seersucker. thanks

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Hard to find dark colored seersucker that doesn't look dorky  at work. I recently picked up a really nice Piatelli entirely navy seersucker jacket @ barney's outlet. Looking for matching slacks out there. Best luck I had was a navy pinstripe  suit from paul Fredrick. any suggestions? Bonobos had a navy ss suit, but looks purple. closeup of piatelli jacket fabric looks like deep navy alternating with indigo stripe-total effect looks like solid dark navy seersucker. thanks

Unless the company makes a matching jacket, don't try to make a suit out of it. The fabrics won't match perfectly and it will not look right in all likelihood. Enjoy it as an odd jacket. I'm assuming you work in a less traditional / more casual environment where a seersucker suit would be an accepted look?
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I saw this suit in the wild earlier this year. Haven't seen too many navy seersuckers, but I really like the fabric.

Unfortunately, the button stance was absurdly high

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Jack-Spade-Navy-on-Navy-Seersucker-Suit-40R-NEW-Summer-2013-model-/130957252482?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item1e7da91782
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