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But my calves are so shapely and well defined.

J
That's what I tell myself before putting them on !
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No, Blue odd jackets are much much easier to pair.

 

What about dark brown or dark green?

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What about dark brown or dark green?

Blue is still easiest but dark colours are pairable fairly easily. You will have fewer options with green, I'd say. If you are after versatility, go with navy.
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Those are nice. Get one of those and a navy blazer.
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Those are nice. Get one of those and a navy blazer.

 

Agree!

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I think it looks dorky on the model but the jacket itself is great, very versatile in the warmer months.

J

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Originally Posted by Bill Dlwgosh View Post

No, Blue odd jackets are much much easier to pair.

Cool, thanks for the feedback!
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Those are nice. Get one of those and a navy blazer.

 

Thanks. I'll probably go with the darker one. Also, can you recommend a blazer? I heard the suitsupply navy jackets don't qualify as blazers?

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Not sure why you would stray away from blue jeans, they are about as versatile as you get with casual wear.
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Has anyone ever heard of  "Four/Forty" - made in Holland sport coats?  I'm looking at one on ebay for $30 and 100% wool.

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Hi i have bought for my boyfriend brown Leather Jacket and brown shoes, but don't want to buy brown jeans because hell become brown )) so what color of jeans can you suggest me to buy ? thanks advanced.

Blue for sure. Bring the jacket and shoes with you to pick out the jeans.

J
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Thanks. I'll probably go with the darker one. Also, can you recommend a blazer? I heard the suitsupply navy jackets don't qualify as blazers?

 

Brooks Brothers has something like 20 Blazers on their site, if that helps.

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Hi i have bought for my boyfriend brown Leather Jacket and brown shoes, but don't want to buy brown jeans because hell become brown )) so what color of jeans can you suggest me to buy ? thanks advanced.

Some of us were born that way and are doing pretty okay :p

 

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Has anyone ever heard of  "Four/Forty" - made in Holland sport coats?  I'm looking at one on ebay for $30 and 100% wool.

Not sure you can go wrong for that price though. If it fits and all...

 

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Thanks. I'll probably go with the darker one. Also, can you recommend a blazer? I heard the suitsupply navy jackets don't qualify as blazers?

 

How cold is it where you are? I like those jackets, but lately I've been wearing my tweed blazers a lot. I have two herringbone ones and a houndstooth one (two brown one white/black) and they go with just about everything. Wore them out with jeans last night for a friend's bday dinner.

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How cold is it where you are? I like those jackets, but lately I've been wearing my tweed blazers a lot. I have two herringbone ones and a houndstooth one (two brown one white/black) and they go with just about everything. Wore them out with jeans last night for a friend's bday dinner.

 

At the moment around10 Celsius. In the winter it goes down to around -10. Summer up to +30. I don't have much experience with jackets, for what sort of weather would those brown ones be suitable? I was thinking fall/spring.

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