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Matching a Gray Check Jacket...

Cmdr007

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Hello everyone,

Just stumbled upon this site and realized y'all might be able to assist me in matching jackets, shirts, and pants.

So I have a gray check sports jacket. I'm wondering what color shirts and pants would go well with it.

Thanks for any assistance.
 

landshark

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Do you have a picture of the jacket? You could wear a lot with gray.
 

Cmdr007

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Also, I guess what color shirt would you recommend with it as well. Thanks.
 

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You could maybe wear some dark denim. Grey khakis would be a good option maybe. Or black slacks, even charcoal. White shirts go with everything.
 

VictorJB

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depending ont the season I would wearing either a light khaki color pants or black. If you are going to wear ti with jeans wear dark denim instead of light and like ^^^^^ he said, white shirt goes with anything.
 

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