What to wear with this Harris Tweed jacket?

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  1. B-Rogue

    B-Rogue Well-Known Member

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    Wanted to wear this jacket in a smart casual way. Any idea what I may be able to combine it with please? The jacket is a plain pattern with green, blue and yellow wool mixed together.

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  2. decumulate

    decumulate Active Member

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    I love the colors. It seems like you could wear that with a lot - khaki's, most color flannel pants, any pattern shirt in the color range, navy/purple sweaters underneath. I can't really see that paired well with charcoal/grey type colors pants or shirts.
     


  3. B-Rogue

    B-Rogue Well-Known Member

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    It does have some really nice colours instead. And rather unusual cloth.

    Unfortunately I dont have any flannel trousers however I do have a pair of burgundy winter chinos which are thick and soft and quite a similar texture to flannel. Would tapered navy chinos and/or jeans go well with this?
     




  4. mensimageconsultant

    mensimageconsultant Senior member

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    That jacket could go with almost any gray pants, as long as there is some color contrast.
     


  5. tobinbridge

    tobinbridge Senior member

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    OCBD, Blue or White with a Rep tie, Khaki's, and penny loafers. that is all. Nice jacket btw
     


  6. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    Dark blue denims, chinos, grey/blacktrousers - indeed it is no different from most such sports coats.
     


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