In referencing the Tweed in the City article/blog I was hoping to draw attention to this particular paragraph:-And so it is with the uniform of Italian businessmen–the well-known staple combination of grey or blue suit, light blue shirt, and dark blue tie. It’s an excellent foundational approach. However, many men inspired by it unwittingly convert themselves into caricatures. While your mind may see just grey and blue, the truth is that the uniform relies on texture, tone, and pattern to really shine. If you observe some sterling examples, you’ll see there’s much more at work than might first appear.
If I've time to post a new pic I could wear a Navy Gren. I'm sure Matteo Marzotto
has a blue gren (!) would he wear it in an ICBD setting? I don't know but who cares mon brav, it may be just my interpretation of the challenge and how I want to roll.
In conclusion if one looks carefully there are examples in there of a Gren and a knit from the brothers