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hey phillip, thanks for the reply.
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Love this coat, looking to wear it often. How can I wear it, what can I wear with it, etc. Is it anything different than just a regular navy blazer? Thanks in advance!

 

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Is it ok to wear a suit jacket with khakis, or is it a major faux pas?

http://www.sksuits.com/product_images/m/522/Calvin_Klein_Navy_Stripe__51443_zoom.jpg - something  like this one, but with notched lapels.

 

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Generally, it's not ok to wear a suit jacket with anything but the pants that it came with.
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Originally Posted by tben View Post

Love this coat, looking to wear it often. How can I wear it, what can I wear with it, etc. Is it anything different than just a regular navy blazer? Thanks in advance!

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Search the forum for "double breasted navy blazer"
post #10806 of 33197
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I very well may end up doing that.  I was just curious if the Anderson Little blazer was an option for me, since it costs a couple hundred less.

There have been some threads here about the Anderson blazer. Not sure what the fit is like.
post #10807 of 33197
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Generally, it's not ok to wear a suit jacket with anything but the pants that it came with.


I know, it's better to match it with pants, but it kinda looks like a blazer

post #10808 of 33197
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I know, it's better to match it with pants, but it kinda looks like a blazer

If by "looks like a blazer," you mean that it's navy, then yes. However, a blazer traditionally has some type of metal buttons. People here also like horn. On the other hand, nobody outside of this forum would notice or care about something like that.
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thank you

 

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I know, it's better to match it with pants, but it kinda looks like a blazer

If by "looks like a blazer," you mean that it's navy, then yes. However, a blazer traditionally has some type of metal buttons. People here also like horn. On the other hand, nobody outside of this forum would notice or care about something like that.

It's kinda hard to tell, but the one in the image also looks like it's striped, which means it certainly shouldn't be worn as a blazer.
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Search the forum for "double breasted navy blazer"


Alright, will try, thank you!

 

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Originally Posted by New Shoes1 View Post

I very well may end up doing that.  I was just curious if the Anderson Little blazer was an option for me, since it costs a couple hundred less.
I have an ALittle blazer. IMO opinion, it is a good value for beginners. It may not have the best material but it is better than most mall brand items available. If your budget allow, I would go with the BB Fitz. It also happens to be my go to cut from BB as it requires minimal alteration OTR.
post #10813 of 33197
has anyone heard of a brand called Paul & Friends? I'm interested in their shoes
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Can anyone recommend a cheap v-neck undershirt that's long enough to stay tucked in? Can't stand the muffin top effect that happens when my undershirt comes untucked underneath my outer shirt.
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Can anyone recommend a cheap v-neck undershirt that's long enough to stay tucked in? Can't stand the muffin top effect that happens when my undershirt comes untucked underneath my outer shirt.

I get mine from uniqlo; they're good and long, no untucking problems for me.
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