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    The navy would work well with the blueberry shirt. What type of pinstripes is the suit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by schmidty View Post
    The navy would work well with the blueberry shirt. What type of pinstripes is the suit?
    They are thin white stripes about 9mm apart.

    Could the blue shoes go with the coral or a white maby a bright sun yellow shirt? or does it have to match some other color in the mix?

    Most of my stuff won't go with something else and I have a hard time mixing ties with the shirts/shoe unless its on a white or black shirt with black shoes, then I have a selection.
    Most of these ties were pretty expensive and took a while to complie so hopefully I won't have to spend much more on new ties.
    I am looking for a insanely bright yellow tie tho.

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    If you could find a coral and navy pocket square it would work with no tie. The ties in the picture look like they would only work with white shirts to me..

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    Here are the rules.......shoes - no loafers, no aligator like that at all. You wear a straight oxford or brogue lace up like I said. If you want to get funky on a budget then hit up cole hann he has some cool stuff for a good deal. Otherwise invest in a great pair of classic lace ups in brown and one in black. THen you can build your collection from there. They will last a long time. THen you can get into alligator...but I can guarantee you won't like the price on real alligator.. shit get's expensiveeeeee.

    Do not wear any belt with a buckle thats just not good. You want a nice thin belt with a simple yet elegant metal part . Can be shiny maybe but nothing more.

    Shirts, I'm a white shirt guy for the most part, Eton are the best IMHO, but you can find alot of different shirts for a good deal. Nice slim fit with a cut away collar.

    If you want to get funky you can get some cool socks that are different, that's how you show your personality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thenewone View Post
    Here are the rules.......shoes - no loafers, no aligator like that at all. You wear a straight oxford or brogue lace up like I said. If you want to get funky on a budget then hit up cole hann he has some cool stuff for a good deal. Otherwise invest in a great pair of classic lace ups in brown and one in black. THen you can build your collection from there. They will last a long time. THen you can get into alligator...but I can guarantee you won't like the price on real alligator.. shit get's expensiveeeeee.

    Do not wear any belt with a buckle thats just not good. You want a nice thin belt with a simple yet elegant metal part . Can be shiny maybe but nothing more.

    Shirts, I'm a white shirt guy for the most part, Eton are the best IMHO, but you can find alot of different shirts for a good deal. Nice slim fit with a cut away collar.

    If you want to get funky you can get some cool socks that are different, that's how you show your personality.
    What he said. And another thing to note is that if you are going to invest the money in this you need to start by going to a tailor. That could be the nicest highest end suit out there but when it doesn't fit you properly everything will look as bad as those crocodile shoes you were interested in. Find a tailor get that bag of a suit fitted to you then go buy some black non square toe lace up oxfords. No matter what askjeeves said to you he lied black suit=back lace ups end of story.

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