Since it is Sunday and the first weekend of the summer month of June, we are extra generous with questions. Therefore, the response to today no less than three points at the same time.
I have some concerns over the use of the blazer. If you should have a black blazer with narrow white stripes on, and jeans, you should have a solid colored shirt underneath (which color isf?).. Or does it work with a white shirt with gray / black stripes?
We have previously written about (and even annoyed us over) how difficult it can be to match different patterns with each other. If garments are not in any way related to, for example, in a suit, it’s usually easiest to match a patterned garment with an unpatterned. If both the shirt and the blazer is patterned, you have many more parameters to take into account when matching.
With the blazer you describe as the options are unlimited in terms of a solid color shirt. Basically, you can wear any color to that combination. And with that knowledge, make sure not cowardly with the colors!
Hey, I wonder if a man has a white trouser wear any color socks should be. White trousers or the same color as the shoes?
I have in a previous article written that will virtually any distance with a closet full of just black socks, but there are alternatives. Unless the shoes are in a crazy color I would choose to match the socks with the shoes. This is to highlight the shoes you wear to. For gents wear, this becomes much easier because you usually wearing brown shoes to brown suit and black shoes in general.
I have a nice tie pin in gold and silver that I want to use but I read somewhere that tie pin is “out”. How’s that? Is it okay fashion wise to use tie-pin (which fits with cufflinks)?
The terms “outside” and “inside” are generally fairly uninteresting. In principle, the answer to the question himself by writing that you want to use your tie pin. It is true that it is relatively uncommon to use the tie pin today, but it is a practical accessory and it seems quite likely that it will come back and again be considered “inside”. If you have a tie pin that match your cufflinks so you also have meant a step further and I do not think anybody has any right to object to you your tie pins.
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