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I like duck canvas on bottom and chambray on top. Or both in one place: http://bit.ly/6iIHeZ

Black, white, gray and, of course, red. Boom. Done.

copperchrome with gloss black.
safety orange with nato green.
beeswax brown with lightest grey.
flat black with gloss black.etc.
etc. etc.

purple and yellow
blue and orange go really well together, although maybe not always for clothing

I like to wake up in the morning and just let it flow but my rule follows Sinatra. Match the colors of the day during the day and the colors of night at night. Can anyone explain why some stylish people seem to find one article of clothing and continue to wear that until they beat it dead? I had this black v-neck sweater I would literally wear almost twice a week.

Slightly off-topic, but I love The National and what a great cover!

I've always like the look of light orange and light blue outside of clothing. Maybe I'll have to give it a try this spring.

I really like brown and pink together.

I'm absolutely crazy about Grey and red, love love kelly gren and gold, you know the kind you see in irish pubs, black and gold is another that is equally as compelling to me.I'm especially fond of matte/chalky blacks and blues with pantone yellows

Love the green!!!
Green is a color, the perception of which is evoked by light having a spectrum dominated by energy with a wavelength of roughly 520–570 nanometres. In the subtractive color system, it is not a primary color, but is created out of a mixture of yellow and blue, or yellow and cyan; it is considered one of the additive primary colors.

get what ever colors you want just remember that you will have those colors for a whole month. when there was a holiday in a month i would get colors that went with the holiday. christmas i would get red and green, 4th of july red, white and blue. so on and so forth. but it is really up to you.

I like to wake up in the morning and just let it flow but my rule follows Sinatra. Match the colors of the day during the day and the colors of night at night.

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