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Orange/Tangerine pants for summer?

P3R3

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Is this a good idea? Or is it a bit too colorfull? I am 20 by the way, to give you my age range.

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Beautiful! I think it's linen too. I'd get them in red, green, purple, marine blue-- it's very Mediterranean.
 

P3R3

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Originally Posted by Maharlika
Beautiful! I think it's linen too. I'd get them in red, green, purple, marine blue-- it's very Mediterranean.
Yea they are 100% linen. What price would you expect these to sell for?
 

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RLPL?

No one on this board wants to pay retail so...no more than 100, I think.

Get 'em.
 

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I am also a fan, but often find that brighter linens seem to not work so well the greyish-brownish palette that is often Manhattan. Makes me wish I could get on a plane to Florida or points further south. Some of this is the tendency of so many NYers to wear black and darker colors even in the summer.
 

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Heh, I bought these for spring/summer:


Was going to pair with a cream polo and light tan shoes, possibly a linen jacket and fun pocket square. The pants are for Bergdorf Goodman, hope someone knows who makes them!
 

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I'm 22 and just bought two pairs or orange/tanderine and fusia colored pants (from chorse, should check out what hes got very nice items at a great price). Waiting to get some green, lavender and marine blue as well. So much better than jeans.
 

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Originally Posted by marc237
Some of this is the tendency of so many NYers to wear black and darker colors even in the summer.

Summers in the Hamptons are awash in these colors.
 

Edward Appleby

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Originally Posted by P3R3
Is this a good idea? Or is it a bit too colorfull? I am 20 by the way, to give you my age range.

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In Texas (well, outside of College Station) that color is always acceptable.
 

nioh

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Definitely wear them! Just don't go too crazy up top and you'll do fine
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Those will look incredible with a navy/charcoal blazer and some suede bluchers. So cop them.
 

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