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    Burgandy Pants

    Hello.

    I'm thinking to buy a burgundy chinos, I never had pants that color.

    these ones





    I wonder if they are versatile for use with other colors, and is well use these pants in the summer with a simple white T-shirt or shirt.

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    They tend to fade and look even more rugged with wear. Personally i like that but if you're looking for a smarter look stay away.

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    In the UK they're associated with toffs and preppy people. I don't mind them and have owned a couple of pairs in the past - they're a bit of a statement colour so treat the rest of your outfit that way.
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    Okay, but it will look good with a v neck Swets or cardigans and a desert boots besswax?


    And these pants can only use the A/W or also can be used in S/S with a simple white shirt?

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    I've got a pair of burgundy cords, and find them quite versatile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcLager View Post
    I've got a pair of burgundy cords, and find them quite versatile.

    very good fit, I'm seeing that burgundy pants are versatile

    I wanted one sweater wool, which will look better with cordovan pants? or another option?


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    Any of them would look fine. I'd probably opt for the grey or blue one.

    Also - in English, it's 'wool sweater' or 'woollen sweater' (/'jumper' in the UK).
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    Only bold men wear burgundy pants. My only problem is that such colorful pants limit your shirt color options.

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    Basically red pants for people that don't want to stick out like a sore thumb.

    I like them myself although I haven't worn my pair in months now due to a change of heart since I can get much more wear out of my entire wardrobe from wearing jeans in casual scenarios. I agree with McCoy saying they're generally associated with preps so you're better off going for that sort of dress style if you're going to wear them.

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    I now used the pants for the first time and enjoyed it.



    I'm looking forward to combine with other colors, I think it was a little too dark this outfit

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