(not sure why imageshack refuses to post this the right way round...)
@K9MT - seems like it works, hard to tell because the light isn't the best! It looks good in a simplistic style, so try black jeans and those shoes (if the brown is a close match to jumper's brown), also grey would look good too.
@K9MT. It looks OK, but it's hard to see on the pic. Maybe the jumper is a little loose? Cos sizes are rather large. Trousers seem fine. Shoes are OK, but I think black ones would work better.
Yeah, if you're still not sure after this long I would return it. It's nice, but you're clearly not comfortable wearing it and that will show. Save your money and get something else :)
I'm VERY sorry for double posting, but seems because I'm new my post could only consist of so many URLs, I apologize if double posting like this is a big problem, and I'll delete this post.
.... This was the look I was going for...
(The Shirt is quite thick and casual looking, so I would open the buttons to display the white T - or the urban LA styled look of only buttoning the top button, leaving the rest loose adding a "Snapback" to the urban look)
Tell me, should I just reconsider the whole look - if so "What should I wear with this?" or is the lighter chino's acceptable?
First time poster, guys, so I apologize if I break any rules here. I'm thinking about getting this Kenneth Cole black wool tweed blouson military jacket, and I just want to make sure: I can wear brown boots and shoes with this, right? I've never owned black outerwear before and I'm not sure how much it should factor in when coordinating with footwear, especially since I wouldn't be wearing it inside.