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vneck vs crew neck vs sweater-vest under jacket?

bugatti.veyron

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Which do you prefer? Would you wear anything other than collared shirts with this combo?

Also, what color sweater do you think would go best with a grey herringbone jacket + jeans?
 

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A v-neck or a sweater vest for me. I wouldn't wear either without a collared shirt.
 

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Agree a collared shirt is a must. There was a trend for wearing white t shirt under v neck sweater under jacket a while ago which was crap.

I don't really like any knitwear under a suit jacket or sports jacket and I'm lucky enough to love in a place where I don't need it.
 

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Originally Posted by DocHolliday
For me, sweater vest > V neck > crew neck

Collared shirts only.

Crew necks look their best when worn very casually -- with denim, say. But I don't like 'em when people try to dress them up too much.


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