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Out of curiosity, why would you not pair it with dark-colored trousers? For instance, charcoal / dark grey.Dear @MenWithStyl3,
Actually, you raised two questions; as far as the first is concerned, this is a muted ton-au-ton plaid, therefore, based on your trousers' choices you could make it a fairly versatile SC. It would need plain shirts (and polo shirts if you fancy them) in the "universal standard", i.e., light blue, white, and even light pink. For polo shirts, I would go for the two former, light grey, and navy blue.
As far as trousers are concerned, you may play with textures, depending on the cloth's own composition: for a w/s/l summer cloth I would select:
- light grey in tropical wool
- tan/beige in linen
- white in cotton and/or linen
- bone in cotton
These odd trousers could be matched with other SCs as well, increasing the combination's usefulness and versatility.
I will never use navy or any dark-colored pair of trousers with this SC. Especially in the case of dark blue/navy, the two blocks (SC-trousers) have to be in the same shade, different tone, not an easy task to perform correctly!
Out of curiosity, why would you not pair it with dark-colored trousers? For instance, charcoal / dark grey.