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Thread: warm weather blazer, with which pants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryn View Post
    It isn't this jacket is it?
    Actually Yes, it is. Golly that looks terrible on their model. Don't worry it wears longer on me, I got a large for my shoulders and had to gets the sides taken in and the sleeves shortened, so it doesn't look as uncomfortably small as it does on that poor model...

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    khaki or navy pants or dark jeans.

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    Wouldn't wear, hell, pack jeans if I were vacationing somewhere beachy.

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    By khaki, I meant the color. The item was linen trousers in "khaki".

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuddingPT47 View Post
    . My question still does stand about what shirt i should wear if I'm wearing the white pants, as i dont want to be all-white-everythin'
    Do you have any gingham?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryn View Post
    Do you have any gingham?
    Yes, a navy and white button down. It looks very causal but it might work, I'll lay it all out later and maybe try it on if it looks good.

    If it comes down to it, I might just bring a navy sports coat instead, I was just trying not to because it's a little heavier but I might just have to deal with it.

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