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Pink and white Gingham shirt - Pants?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by gregor, Apr 12, 2010.

  1. gregor

    gregor Senior member

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    Should I wear black, black pin stripe, or white pants with this shirt(no tie)??

    Thanks.
     


  2. jason.wu.05.09

    jason.wu.05.09 Senior member

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    I've always found that the pink gingham shirt is part of a preppy spring outfit, so I'd say: (a) white/off-white/stone-colored pants; (b) ribbon belt; (c) boat shoes.
     


  3. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Internet Bigtimer and Most Popular Man on Campus Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    navy would be exponentially better than black with this.
     


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    vezatron Senior member

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    Started with tan in my mind but ended up on medium blue pants. Barely bridge analogous colors with a similar hue.
     


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    dirk diggler Senior member

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    charcoal grey or dove grey
     


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    sonlegoman Senior member

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    charcoal grey or dove grey

    +1. Pink and grey go together always.
     


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    glowell222 Senior member

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    Grey, navy, tan, and jeans.
     


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    Grey, navy, tan, and jeans.

    +1. Any would work...
     


  9. JayJay

    JayJay Senior member

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    Gray or charcoal would be my pick.
     


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    Dark denim and navy or khaki colored pants.

    -226
     


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    Grey, navy, tan, and jeans.

    These are the colors I'd wear, since I don't do white pants. Too easy to get dirty.
     


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    Dewey Senior member

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    Barely bridge analogous colors with a similar hue.

    Whoa. Are you saying, wear pastels with other pastels? Medium blue is neutral enough but pink + any other pastel will have me thinking 80s preppie stereotype or Ben Silver catalog.

    Light tan or stone was also my first thought. For the full iGent I'd add tobacco suede wingtips or chukkas and a blazer with MOP buttons.
     


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    navy or charcoal to dress it up, light grey or khakie to dress it down. I'm not sure about french cuff and jeans...
     


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