Looking for examples of exciting plaid suits, but nothing too over the top

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  1. TummyBoy

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    Hey everyone. I'm having a wedding this December, and at the afterparty (called the nijikai in Japan), I'd like to wear a pretty unique/stylish plaid suit. Of course, I don't want to have to just leave the thing in my closet afterwards, and would like to make use of it in everyday situations too.

    I'll be having mine made at a tailor so it'll depend on what they have in for that season, but I'm looking for interesting patterns/color schemes. Again, I want it to be unique and make an impact, but I don't want it to be clownlike.
     


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    Why not a nice glenplaid?

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    Prince of Wales or exploded Prince of Wales in flannel
     


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    @LA Guy

    I like that first suit a lot. It seems easy to use in a professional setting too. The second one is a bit plain for my purposes--a nice suit, no doubt though--and I might just stick with the more adventurous pattern.

    @Alpha11

    After a Google search, that looks pretty good too. Nice inspiration.
     


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