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post #16 of 25
I'll see what I can do tonight for a photo.
post #17 of 25
Okay, here it is by popular demand -- my Jantzen shirt in blue and brown. The fabric is relatively light and soft: Since I anticipated the whole blue and brown trend a long time ago , I also had Ricky make this shirt. Hopefully Grayson won't take offense at the white collar and cuffs. With this lighter color shirt, I think it works since it's relatively subtle: Let me know if you want higher resolution images. Montecristo #4
post #18 of 25
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Okay, here it is by popular demand -- my Jantzen shirt in blue and brown. The fabric is relatively light and soft:
Both are good, but I really like the first one. Good choice.
post #19 of 25
Damn, I was doing that look months ago. I'm getting more blue and brown shirts from Jantzen, oh yes. I like the color combo because 1) blue is my favorite color, 2) the shoes I wear are most often brown, and 3) brown matches my eyes (small application of Flusser here.) Next thing you know, brown suits will hit the mainstream again. We're already seeing a steady trickle...
post #20 of 25
Cripes, is there anyone at GQ who knows how to match a tie knot to a shirt collar?  I don't know what to think of the blue/brown craze they're trying to ignite, but I do know that a tiny four-in-hand knot looks lost and pathetic in the cavernous maw of a cutaway or spread. Nice shirts, monte...
post #21 of 25
I like the shirts in general, but of course I love blue and brown. Today in fact I am wearing a light blue shirt with brown and white stripes as well as my new watch which has a brown band and some brown and blue in the face.
post #22 of 25
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i hate when i get brown and blue in the face...
post #23 of 25
Then I won't be relying on you to keep time for me, FB.
post #24 of 25
Hey Montecristo Which collar is that?
post #25 of 25
I the bolder striped shirt is a P.15 British spread. 1 3/4" back height, 3 1/4" collar points.
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