- Dec 19, 2019
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Could easily be an acquired taste. I've heard the red/black buffalo plaid called a Pennsylvania Tuxedo or Minnesota Tuxedo. It applies to many other states as well, I'm sure.I’m not doubting their warmth or function in the wardrobe, only the form (or style) they feature. I guess maybe it’s a generational thing or just a matter of acquired taste, but it’s just not for me. I much prefer the timeless but also widely applied looks of the Navy/Charcoal/Forest Green Mackinaw Wool garments.
To each their own though...of course. If you can pull it off, then why not. Like wearing a Buffalo Plaid Mackinaw Cruiser with a 3 piece suit. I’m sure @speedy611 could all teach us something about that.
For me it harks back to when these colors were worn for deer hunting, before blaze orange existed or was mandated, before I hunted. I saw many wearing this pattern when I was a child. Thus, I've a soft spot for it in my heart.
StratKat... (shaking my head in a good way) Dude, you are just ownin' shit, aren't you?! Well done. Very well done. A tip of my hat to you, sir.