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    New Suit For My 30th

    Thinking of getting this suit for my 30th... Don't want to spend loads and want something a little out of the ordinary.


    Thoughts / suggestions?

    Think I'll wear with a white shirt, black tie and my vivienne westwood apache slippers


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    Absolutely love that suit. The olive colour is perfect for autumn/winter and is just subtle enough to stand out from the see of black, navy and grey versions.

    Navy looks great with it - I like how ASOS styled it apart from the shoes. You could even opt for a pocket square and lose the tie if you wanted to dress it down. Burgundy and other earth tones would look great with it in small doses (accent colours).
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    That suit is great! I completely agree with Ben, It works really well with navy

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    Yeah maybe a navy tie / pocket square combo... I was gonna match with the black trim though. Will try both options.

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    tajdon
    This seems to look very formal. And I really like the color and the way the green shade shines on the coat.



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