Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by PearlJamFan, Mar 18, 2005.
I have a pair of brown corduroy pants. What should I wear with it?
I would also like to add....they are dark brown
blue shirt, button down. A heavy tweed jacket, green. and a pair of brown brogues.
Smoking pipe is optional.
Virtually anything. My brown cords are my most versatile pair of casual pants (jeans excluded).
I have this outfit in mind that I will put together some day:
Chocolate brown cords, cream cashmere V-neck sweater from RLPurple Lable & chocolate suede laceups.
Here is an outfit with brown cords: http://img186.exs.cx/my.php?loc=img1...yves0457jw.png
This YSL overly accessorized (well, luxury brands make a living out of scarves, luggages, gloves ...etc) model seem to wear a chocolate velvet pants, or is it corduroy ?
cord, I tried them on in the store. I think they are a silk-cotton blend. very nice. Thin wale though, I know people don't like that.
I like the thin-waled corduroy. I had a pair by Bernard Zins that I wore out.
Anyone got ideas on what would go with a pair of "moss" green medium wale cords??
The ascot really makes it....looks like something out of a Playboy fashion mag....hideous.
Ah... right. The shiny fabric must have been one of those luxurious silk/cotton blend. YSL used to do them with a cotton/cashmere blend as well...
I like thin wale better as well. Bigger wales have always been associated to old people's corduroy for me.
Anyway, how much were they in the store ?
I have a pair of brown cords. One of the most comofrtable and well-fitting pairs of pants I own. You could wear them with a lot of things -- light- or medium-blue, light green, white, tan or yellow (if that's you) sport shirts, tan or medium-blue sweaters. Definitely dark brown shoes.
Definitely cultural. I wasn't too sure about thin wale, but after seeing my husband summer cords, I'm sold. I like both, really, it depends on the interpretation.
(Luc-Emmanuel @ Mar. 18 2005,09:17) I like thin wale better as well. Bigger wales have always been associated to old people's corduroy for me.
Definitely cultural. Â I wasn't too sure about thin wale, but after seeing my husband summer cords, I'm sold. Â I like both, really, it depends on the interpretation.
Le velour Ã grosses cÃ´tes, ce sont les pantalons de mon pÃ¨re, ou ceux que je portais quand j'avais six ans. En effet, c'est trÃ¨s culturel Luc
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