What pair of pants and shirt to wear with a denim vest?

khakis, black jeans, dress pants?

also what colored shirt?

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    Khakis might work but I'd personally suggest either dress pants, or if you must wear jeans, jeans that are a completely different color than the denim in the vest, although black and black is always stylish.

    As for the color of the shirt, in a t-shirt go with a color that is either light (white, lavender, etc) or bright (red, plum, etc) colored to contrast the dark of the denim if you're going for a casual look.

    If you're going for something more polished a button down replaces the t-shirt and opens up the possibility of prints, pin-stripes are always attractive.

    Source(s): Experience as someone who like coordination in their clothes.
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  • 3 years ago

    it is ultimate to in user-friendly terms positioned on one denim merchandise, lest it start to look like some style of uniform. attempt pairing it with dark, charcoal gray pants and 2 apartments- which would be super gorgeous. :3 as a results of fact the pants and the vest itself are style of guys's inspired, why do no longer you layer a delicate, female shirt below of the vest? it would upload slightly a female area to the entire outfit.

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  • 8 years ago

    Wear a plain grey or white t-shirt underneath.

    Either slacks or black jeans will work, but make sure they're skinny jeans.

    You may wish to garnish with a necklace of some sort.

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  • Anonymous
    8 years ago

    Wear a grey day glo shirt khaki shorts and cowboy boots with a beret.

    if no shorts wear tinfoil pants dripping with honey spin around four times screaming FASHION.

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  • 8 years ago

    Black jeans and maybe a solid blue or pinstriped button up.

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