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Mix and match vests

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matt L. May 23, 2013. 7 Replies

I have two vests, a lighter grey one and a darker grey one.  Is it ok to mix and match these vests with a pair of grey slacks that dont quite match either one?  Additionally, can I mix and match…Continue

 

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Matt L. replied to Matt L.'s discussion Mix and match vests
"Thanks guys, appreciate the input!"
May 23, 2013
The Dutch Dastard replied to Matt L.'s discussion Mix and match vests
"+1"
May 23, 2013
Mike Copperman replied to Matt L.'s discussion Mix and match vests
"The last three pairs are good to go. I would not wear the first combination. They are too similar, but not identical."
May 22, 2013
Matt L. replied to Matt L.'s discussion Mix and match vests
"Here's the pictures."
May 22, 2013
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May 22, 2013
Matt L. replied to Matt L.'s discussion Mix and match vests
"Thanks guys, I'll see if I cant get some pictures uploaded when I get home from work today."
May 22, 2013
The Dutch Dastard replied to Matt L.'s discussion Mix and match vests
"This; nothing else can be said except for maybe a fabric match/mismatch. "
May 22, 2013
Nathanael replied to Matt L.'s discussion Mix and match vests
"Pictures would make it easier to judge, and it depends on the rest of the outfit as well, but I would say yes with regard to black trousers, and maybe with regard to grey.  For the grey trousers, the vest should either be identical in shade or…"
May 21, 2013
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Mix and match vests

I have two vests, a lighter grey one and a darker grey one.  Is it ok to mix and match these vests with a pair of grey slacks that dont quite match either one?  Additionally, can I mix and match either of these with black slacks?See More
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