Bought this today
ASOS | ASOS Slim Fit Tweed Blazer at ASOSonna where it similar to the pic at times.
What else would it go with?White Oxford Cotton shirt?
Pocket square at all?
If you don't have any problem wearing contrast pattern, you can wear black or white shirt inside with light khaki color pants up there in image will give you simple as well as classic look.. try it
I've got a pair of Engineered Garments Workaday cords in burgundy but have hardly worn them because I'm so stuck on what actually goes with them, especially shoe wise. Any ideas?
I bought myself a pair of dark brown boots today (Mens Casual Boots - Milborn Blaze in Dark Brown Leather from Clarks shoes) to go with my silver/grey chinos.
I'm a little stuck on what to pair it with shirt/t-shirt wise any suggestions.
Last edited by Devlin1991; 17-10-2012 at 08:15 PM.
Having trouble working these into an outfit, they are more flamboyant than I realised
(Mine are slightly darker brown with a burgundy accent around the sole)
Suggest some outfits pls x
Jeans, white tee, lightweight scarf in neutral block colour and an unstructured casual blazer?
I don't see why they would be a problem, as long as you avoid garish colours and prints in the rest of your outfits.
'One should either be a work of Art, or wear a work of Art'
I would play with the burgundy accent: burgundy chinos, white T, dark grey cardigan. I agree with Nath to keep the rest of the outfit fairly simple, but defo play with the colour
Thanks, yeah I dunno why but I just can't put them on without thinking they don't work somehow.
I reckon maybe my jeans are too skinny, also been trying to wear them with burgundy socks and I just don't know if it works.
Will try with some less skinny jeans, plain white tee and blazer of barbour.
Didn't particualrly occur to me last night, because I don't wear very skinny jeans myself, but looking at them again, I imagine they would look a bit heavy, bit clunky with skinnies.
The colours would go with grey - what about a pair of slim grey cords if you have any?
I have grey slim jeans but I don't think I like that colour combination too much. I think indigo jeans have to be the way forward.