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What color's pants should this t-shirt be worn with?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sameev29, Aug 12, 2012.

  1. sameev29

    sameev29 Member

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    Hi,this is my first post here.I am male,20 years old.

    I have attached 2 pictures with this post.Image 1 is of higher quality than image 2.Strange thing in the picture is that the violet color looking stripes are actually maroon color in real.In picture they look different.

    Is it okay to wear this t-shirt with dark blue jeans or light blue jeans or normal(faded in front) blue jeans?Will it have clashes with colors or look bad?
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  2. mensimageconsultant

    mensimageconsultant Senior member

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    That's an interesting shirt, probably not in a good way. (A prominent logo and more than 3 clearly different colors in one item tend to be problems.)

    If chinos/khakis or corduroys, dark brown would be best, to serve as a background. Not an unusual color (for pants) such as white or maroon and not olive, which would be too much green.
    If jeans, medium blue would be best, followed by dark blue (rather formal compared to the shirt). Light blue might fight with the shirt for attention.
     
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  3. TM79

    TM79 Senior member

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    If you're fine leaving the house with that then the pants should be the least of your concerns.
     
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  4. JunyaYamamoto

    JunyaYamamoto Senior member

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    i dont think the shirt looks bad except for the logo embroidery. i would wear something neutral so as not to compete with the busy shirt.

    out of curiosity, who makes it?
     
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  5. Tropicalist

    Tropicalist Senior member

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    Baggy balloon pants with flared bell bottoms, with zig zag pink and yellow pattern and large polka dots in orange would complement that t-shirt very well.
     
  6. sameev29

    sameev29 Member

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    Everyone I changed the previous t-shirt for this color.This the best color I could find.Others were blue and green and too shiny.What do you think,is this okay with any of the pants I told about earlier?
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  7. SMatthews

    SMatthews Well-Known Member

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    I'd say something in a lighter color: chinos or light blue jeans.
     
  8. KObalto

    KObalto Senior member

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    You do realize those aren't t-shirts?
     
  9. JunyaYamamoto

    JunyaYamamoto Senior member

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  10. Tropicalist

    Tropicalist Senior member

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    the problem my friend is your choice of polos - not the trousers. No trousers could possibly make even your second choice look good. if you want to dress like an adult, get these in a solid block color - either while, light blue or pink for the day or navy, black or red for the night. Then pair it with chinos or mid-gray trousers in the day and jeans in the night. The horizontal stripes and the multitude of colours is just not attractive.
     
  11. JunyaYamamoto

    JunyaYamamoto Senior member

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  12. sameev29

    sameev29 Member

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    Quote:How is that? And the collar won't be like this when it is worn.It has to folded,than it looks nice.I think light blue jeans is okay with this.
     
  13. JunyaYamamoto

    JunyaYamamoto Senior member

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    that style is called a polo shirt. a t-shirt doesnt have a collar.
     
  14. sameev29

    sameev29 Member

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    Quote:Yes I know that.But we can say it in quick talk sometimes.
     
  15. HughJ

    HughJ Senior member

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    We?

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  16. Caustic Man

    Caustic Man Senior member

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    I'm assuming English is not your first language. But either way as a bit of friendly advice, retire those shirts permanently.
     
  17. cnyman

    cnyman Active Member

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    It's just a polo shirt, you pretty much pair it with your favorite jeans.
     
  18. Gorecki

    Gorecki Well-Known Member

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    God forbbid... that shirt has logos LOGOS man.... did you not read the tutorial where it is extremely tacky to present anything with logos in SF and SUFU?

    Now go back to the store and change that for a 600 $ imitation of a plain white army t-shirt with a inner label of a obscure Belgian designer...
     
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  19. NefariousSabatour

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  20. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    If you are happy to wear anything from TK Max then you will be happy to wear this and the jeans matter not. If not burn it.
     

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