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    So I have had this shirt for quite a few years and havent worn it yet. Mostly because I have no clue what tie I'd wear with it.

    Its one of Trump's button downs. Santa Claus red with white collar and white cuffs.

    What color tie would go with it?

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    You'd have to rock a Plaid Tie with some matching red, some crimson, maybe a stitch of yellow or grey. I really cant think of anything else.


    EDIT: Something like this: 13930011.jpg
    Last edited by TheEngineer; 02-26-2013 at 06:51 PM.

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    post a pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by idrinkchai View Post
    post a pic
    I'll snap one when I get home tonight.

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    Sorry about the poor quality but this is it.

    uploadfromtaptalk1361933486601.jpg

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    you sir, are a brave man. I could never pull that thing off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEngineer View Post
    you sir, are a brave man. I could never pull that thing off.
    Hahaha... truthfully, I dont know if I can either. But like I said, I've had it for a couple years and never worn it. Gotta try it at least once, you know?

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    Tough one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheItalian View Post
    Hahaha... truthfully, I dont know if I can either. But like I said, I've had it for a couple years and never worn it. Gotta try it at least once, you know?
    Maybe wait till a Christmas Party? hahaha. I'm still going with plaid, that's what I would choose with it. Or a bow tie if you really want to ball out.

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    It depends on the suit. Since it will be a key color in your color palette.

    Palettes that you can play with:

    red, blue, yellow
    red, green
    red, red orange, orange
    red, red orange, red violet
    red, red violet, violet

    I'm making an app that should solve this issue, so I might as well test it out on a real case. Here are some of my tryouts that the app threw at me. It is a hard one to balance right, because of the very intense red. And there are literally hundreds of possibly combinations with just flat colors






    If you let me know the suit color, I can be a little bit more specific And if you got a week, I can update next week with patterns as well, and the exact shirt!
    Last edited by Stephan Duquesnoy; 04-08-2013 at 08:27 PM.

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