- May 19, 2017
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Wingtip Wednesday with some KingWings.
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I’m both humbled and flabbergasted that the name Ironclad ever crosses the distinguished mind of @Misterg12.
No, dreamy isn't the descriptor, kicks ass is the proper description for those.
I don't have a lot on my phone, but greens, greys, even red/burgundy are great. I wear navy chinos too, but rarely jeans.
Are those LS 4x4s?!
This is a nice general school of thought but seriously, I have yet to see either the color or pattern of slacks that doesn't pair well with well-cared for 8. Don't believe me, take a another look at @madhat recent post. It's the genius and beauty of 8.Color 8 is made for grey in my book. Navy isn't a bad combo, but I always prefer brown with navy.
In my mind, color 8 goes with everything except maybe white, and even then could probably be pulled off. Color 8 is just a great color, but seems to be suited for darker color pants.
I love mine with my raw denim that are 8 years old and significantly lighter. I don't mind them with my newer denim. I also like them with grey and they are wearable with British khaki, but not lighter tan.