I understand what you're saying. My wardrobe is comprised mostly of lighter colors like olives, dark greens, navy. However when I go out, ill wear the black jeans/ dark navy trousers, dark shirt, black shoes, etc. I live in a conservative, suburban community so I cant dress too RO without looking like a "goth". What I like about RO is that it gives my wardrobe an "edgier" look without attracting too much additional attention. Im already the most overdressed dude at work and have received heat for slim trousers and tailored shirts. The last time I wore a RO to work, someone asked me if I ever considered modeling Additionally, I work in a business casual work environment so the idea of a slim long t, with drop crotch trousers would send my boss running to HR. Im sure Mr. Rick would frown, but im already getting enough shit from my coworkers for being too "matchy-matchy"