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Style Pic: J. Lee

February 14, 2011

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The plaid shirt (vintage) can be tricky to wear with a tie. Solid, striped, and checkered shirts seem to be the norm, but a plaid shirt can really stand out with the right tie. I used a pattern tie, Ralph Lauren, with a nautical tone, it gives wishful thinking for the summer to come. A stripped tie works as well, take a look at a Style Pic from my friends at Prepidemic, they use one. The navy blazer is wool, and was designed by Pierre Cardin. The belt is Ralph Lauren and the pants are Banana Republic. I added a few accessories to the look, the most noticeable is the red windbreaker jacket. It’s vintage. The green hat, Abercrombie and Fitch, I’ve had for nearly six years.

Cheers,

J. P. Lee

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  1. Dream Layne permalink
    February 15, 2011 1:52 pm

    A little much my friend. In my opinion the ties a little much for that blazer and shirt combo, but certain individuals may be able to pull it off. The windbreaker on the other hand, definite no no

    • February 15, 2011 3:14 pm

      All good Dream Layne, I must disagree with you as Details and GQ correspondents gave this the thumbs up… their only suggestion… wear a bow tie next time… Cheers
      J. P. Lee

  2. Dave Kell permalink
    February 16, 2011 8:36 pm

    I loved the windbreaker with this outfit…hat with this outfit, not so much.

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