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04-08-2013, 08:51 PM #11
I'd wear it no tie.
Or... maybe gold? whatever it is... get matching socks!
04-08-2013, 11:56 PM #12
It strikes me as a no tie kind of shirt to be honest, that said if you really want to wear one I like the brown one that was posted 2 post above.
On the topic of that post, that app looks killer, is it ready to be rolled out soon or can I find it in the app store?
04-09-2013, 02:07 PM #13Junior Member
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04-09-2013, 11:48 PM #14
04-28-2013, 10:49 AM #15
Let me be the first to do you the real favor and tell you that you should simply abandon that shirt immediately. A contrast collar on a standard shirt is an aggressive move, and you need to be a very well-dressed man to pull it off, particularly with contrast cuffs as well. The shirt needs to fit well and your suit needs to be tailored remarkably well (to avoid gapping at the collar and show the proper amount of cuff). Even with all that, contrast collars are best reserved for paler hues of the standard, conservative colors that are most office-friendly: blues, pinks, or even lavender or goldenrod for the most adventurous.
That shirt is a monstrosity. Even at a Christmas party it would simply stick out like a sore thumb. There isn't really a tie you could pair well with it at all. I'm trying to phrase this both tactically and tactfully; in short, the upside to figuring out how to pair the shirt properly with a suit and tie is far outweighed by the downside of looking like a massive tool who is sartorially clueless.Young and hungry.
09-28-2013, 08:52 PM #16