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RED PANTS?!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by reyesjanise, Sep 5, 2012.

  1. reyesjanise

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    A navy odd jacket, light blue shirt, dark to medium brown shoes (more casual style, like a double monk strap or suede).
    Throw in a navy knit tie if you're into the look.
     
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    Maybe send them back even - a brave soul to wear tyhose in public despite GQ!
     


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    Personally, for more casual pants I prefer a more faded look. Perhaps this will happen with yours. In that event you can channel a Nantucket Reds look. From there I would pair with an OCBD, needlepoint belt and penny loafers (obviously no socks). Granted, that's a very preppy style but it seems to make the most natural sense to me.

    I have three pair of trousers in shades of red. However, all of them are formal, wool trousers. Accordingly I wear them with a blazer, white (or pale blue) shirt and a conservative tie (large Repp stripe or sedate pattern). Accompany with a pair of tassel or penny loafers.

    In any event, pair brazen pants with sedate solids. Darker, richer colors will help ground the bright color of the pants.
     


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    There is absolutly nothing wrong with a fitted (not talking about super skinny) pair of red pants worn with a navy odd jacket and some med brown calf loafers or casual shoes like monks.
    It's a smart modern look.
     
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    ^ Not too pink, not too bright, not too faded. Perfect color. I wear mine w/ a milkshake suede shoe (double monk & chukka) and a ravello longwing. Blue or white linen shirt.
     


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    thanks for all the input guys! this has really helped me out!
     


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