- Apr 15, 2012
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Sorry all, but as this is the most active thread that I follow, I have an unrelated question: How the hell do I end a classified that hasn't sold?
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Yes of course mon ami ! This is one of the possible looks i forgot to mention, and i intend to wear it with my navy LVC cords sta-prest. I think mid-grey Flannels are a must have too, thanks @Mr KnightleyI personally like cords with that kind of tweed. Such as the ones you could purchase right opposite in the Cordings basement! Nice thick cords in a dark but interesting colour. Burgundy perhaps, or a darker purpler wine. Very Parisian
The Inspectors Blazer and some Navy wool flat front trousers ?
Very nice. I find suede shoes very versatile, can be dressed-up or down.
I think forget about any of that online nonsense that a shirt or tie or trousers or shoes might be 'too city' for it. Citified country is a great and authentic look so why not a navy tie, white shirt, grey trousers or black shoes.Sales purchase…
Just made the acquisition of this 'Brown Shetland Tweed Blazer' from Cordings. 3b, single vent.
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It is really a superb, versatile, and stylish jacket (IMO) : cut, material, length (a 44 long - a perfect fit for me), detailing (numerous pockets, working cuff buttons, etc).
I only bought it two days ago and wore it with a BD shirt and jeans since, and it looks good (i know that a Tweed jacket and jeans is a nice look that some of you like @Botolph pull up with style - it was his entry in the Jim Ferguson Challenge).
But i also want to wear it in a more dress-up way. So i was thinking of pairing it with smart chinos, or wool flat front trousers, flannels maybe ?
What do you think guys ?
Of course i will wear it with a tie. As i said, a very versatile jacket that can be dressed up or down. And i mainly own white shirts (BD mostly but not only), a classic, a favorite, and it goes well with my complexion.I think forget about any of that online nonsense that a shirt or tie or trousers or shoes might be 'too city' for it. Citified country is a great and authentic look so why not a navy tie, white shirt, grey trousers or black shoes.
I like the Cordings lining colour, reminds me of @Bela Kun's recent post elsewhere where he talks about a navy suit and maroon hankie, the same colour lining is in their covert coat and is a nice step-down from crombie red.
Ha ha! Has there not always been a degree of 'cross-over'?For one moment I thought I'd wandered onto the 'Classic Menswear' thread!