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Matching a dark blue blazer with trousers of an even darker shade of blue?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Rozes CH, Nov 28, 2012.

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  1. Rozes CH

    Rozes CH Member

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    Hi,

    This is my first post. It’s also the first time I plan on wearing a blazer.

    It’s a dark blue, lightly patterened jacket, which (in my opinion) fits me reasonably well. But I am aware of its downsides. Although it’s not a “classical navy blazer,” the typical matching trousers would be khaki (and gray, but I’m not a big fan of the blue-gray combination).

    Now, I’ve heard that wearing an odd, blue jacket with blue trousers is generally a bad idea, but I happen to have very dark, “midnight blue” chinos and decided to post that combo here.

    Dark blue blazer with midnight blue chinos (left) and khakis (right):

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    In my opinion, the dark blue chinos match the blazer just fine. But does it look like I’m trying to “fake” a suit? What do you fine gentlemen think about this?
     

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