Photo by Salt Water New England

Thursday, February 10, 2022

Clash?

Photo by Salt Water New England

 Clash?

Wearing:

  • Tweed Field Coat for Ladies (Past Season) from Cordings, Made in England
  • Green Heather Lambswool Jumper for Men from Cordings, Made in Scotland:

14 comments:

  1. The colors remind me of the coming Spring!

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  2. Never! Always sheer perfection! Cheers!

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  3. The natural colors never clash.

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  4. Nope. Looks like something I would wear.

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  5. If the meaning of "clash" has been changed in 2022 to mean "perfect", then yes. :)

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  6. Always perfect.

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  7. Yeah. Clash because it calls attention to oneself.

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  8. Not at all, I think it looks great. As the saying goes "Good Art Doesn't Match Your Sofa." The same can be said for certain types of classic clothing.

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  9. Not at all. I still occasionally wear pink and green. The jacket looks very much like one I have.

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  10. Well, pink and green are a classic combination, from blooming azaleas and rhododendron, to pink houses with green shutters in Bermuda. The two colors sit opposite each other on the color wheel, meaning that they make a dramatic contrast but certainly not a clashing one. As for the jacket and sweater, that's more difficult. Wearing two shades of the same color requires great care. I had an uncle who often wore grey flannels with a grey cashmere roll-neck sweater. He looked fantastic, but I have never been able to duplicate the look successfully. In the case of this picture, I say thumbs up. Varying shades of green, like shades of brown, are often found next to each other in nature. The jacket is subdued enough that, to my eye, the subtle clash, such as it is, is rather pleasant.

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  11. Pink and green - the Sweetbrier College colors. Certainly validation for the combination.

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  12. I had a V-neck in that shade of green I wore to death over crewneck tees and lightweight turtlenecks in a wide variety of colors.

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