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    Ted Baker chino pairing?

    Right, I have had these blue chinos for the past 2 years, costing me around 80.

    Hardly ever worn, due to the fact that I do not have a clue what to wear with them footwear-wise, and up-top wise.

    Suggestions in terms of what to pair these blue Ted Baker Chino's with?

    Thanks


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    I'm gonna go all out and say.... tan brogues and a white oxford shirt for smart, or tan loafers and a plain white tee for casual.

    Easy.

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    White up top was my first thought too. Sockless footwear. Maybe a bit of a feature belt too.

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    Agree with the above, and probably navy or beige if you want to add a jacket/knit over the shirt.
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    Just saw this and think it works well:

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    My thoughts exactly:

    A dark navy cotton blazer, well fitted, with the sleeves rolled
    A white henley
    tan loafers, worn sockless
    a summer scarf in a warm shade of burgundy (warning, for dandies only)
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