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Tie to match with port and white gingham; shirt for navy pants

ArtOrSartor

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I thought port was a shade of red. That looks black to me. If it really is a dark red, how about a plain crimson or burgundy tie? Some dark red-almost brown color?
 

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+1 That shirt is not meant to be used with a tie (unless it's a bolo tie). DOn't do it. The collar is way too small.
 

ArtOrSartor

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Man, I didn't even notice the collar is a button down and it has a pocket, I was so busy trying to see what color it is. I would never wear that shirt with a tie, much less at all.
 
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yeah i thought so, but i got confused because of the button down collar..

how about my 2nd question guys? about shirt and tie combination with navy pinstriped pants? thanks!
 

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You need a navy striped jacket with navy striped pants. They're suit pants. Do not try to wear them by themselves. After that, go with white or blue.
 

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