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Double Breast Color

Slewfoot

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Originally Posted by Slickman
Considering first bespoke DB, would you say Navy, Charcoal, or patterned? 3-piece or 2-piece?

I'd be inclined to stick with a solid flannel. Both navy and solid work well. Just depends what will complement your wardrobe best.
 

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I would say dark navy/charcoal with a chalkstripe.

Mike
 

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You'll wear the solid more than a stripe. A navy DB can be worn out to dinner; the stripe is best confined to business.
 

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You should make this a poal.
 

MBreinin

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Originally Posted by alliswell
You'll wear the solid more than a stripe. A navy DB can be worn out to dinner; the stripe is best confined to business.

Well, maybe here on SF. In the real world nobody is going to look at you funny if you wear a stripe to dinner.


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Originally Posted by MBreinin
Well, maybe here on SF. In the real world nobody is going to look at you funny if you wear a stripe to dinner.


Mike


Pfffffff. Who on here dresses for the real world?
 

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Originally Posted by TRINI
Pfffffff. Who on here dresses for the real world?



I wore my SP chalk to dinner on NYE, Northern Italian cuisine.

Mike
 

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Strongly depends on your complexion and what you intend to use it for.

That being said, I'd never go patterned on the first one.
 

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Originally Posted by MBreinin


I wore my SP chalk to dinner on NYE, Northern Italian cuisine.

Mike


Italians forgive a lot of boldness... and eating is business.
 

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