I think there is one thing which makes you able to wear yellow shirt: Remember to allow extra yardage for Mustard abstarct printed oversized top.
As someone else suggested above it goes with brown tones—I wore a camel sweater over it. A Norwegian has also worked. The yellow from Brooks really is an awkward color; it seems to have a lot more gold in it, making it both harder to wear, and less flattering with my complexion.
The Press yellow, however, is a much brighter and easier to wear. Too bad, because they have the sturdiest oxford cloth in the universe. Just bought a long sleeve BB yellow oxford and a Stafford short sleeve yellow oxford this month actually.
I would like to acquire this shirt in yellow, but I am not sure how it would look with my complexion. I have been advised to avoid red gingham. Do you feel that most men can pull off a yellow oxford?
I imagine that a tan will complement this shirt. In your recent bowtie post, there was a well-dressed gentleman wearing a yellow shirt with his bowtie. He finished his look with a navy blazer—an excellent combination.
Yellow works not only with browns and navy, but also with the right shade of gray or blue. Its a nice understated yellow. I have a yellow RL instead. I wonder how popular, say, lavender and pale green have been. Both colors are more attractive to me than yellow. I have a yellow J. Press OCBD with flap pocket and it definitely looks way better worn casually, I typically pair it with jeans and some other pop of color such as switching out my watch strap for a kelly green NATO one.
I have only 1 yellow shirt, pinpoint oxford buttondown. Wore it once and it reminded me of why I do not own ecru shirts. They look like old, old laundry. I should probably stock up again. I was recently in one of my local trad shops to try one on in yellow. The salesman commented his inclination was of a lady friend!
A belated comment to defend the ecru OCBD. They looked great with a tweed jacket. The colors are muted, although the pink Hyde Park is a bit on the reddish side. Another yellow OCBD, however, from their cheaper range, turned out to be a hideous, acid, dog-pee-in-the-snow shade of yellow that went straight into the wash with a generous cup of bleach.
Where can I buy another one? I have one that is my go-to shirt even though I own several great truly custom-made oxfords. The only issue with the Hyde Parks is that they only come in white and light blue these days.
How dare you say underappreciated! Ibought mine full taxes and full price at Paul Stuart! Shiny, well made, with texture, and its like a small white box in a yellow box, its so cute, my best shirt for farrrr a distance. Press no longer offers or at least does not currently offer a yellow OCBD on their site. Yellow oxfords are tricky, usually due to the shade and a guys skin color. I prefer yellow university striped OCBDs, when available.
I also agree with Alan C. A couple months ago, I was watching a movie starring Chris Rock. That big guy, Edward Herrmann was his boss. The girls said green was sexy. Hard to believe, but this old guy was getting compliments on his green, sexy shirt. Ended up rarely wearing it. I have had both their oxford cloth and pinpoints.
Never in years have I had any wear issues with them. I am in that camp. If I had a to make a choice I would choose ecru over yellow every time. I think there is one thing which makes you able to wear yellow shirt: But if I my skin were brown, it will be as easy color as light blue. I am also a fan of unusually colored OCBDs. I do have a university stripe BB one made in America in deep mustard.
That I typically wear with various tweeds or green or tan or brown or gray suits of any description. I prefer brown ancient madder ties with that one, or simple burgundy reps, or pin dots, or neats. Kaufman Mammoth Flannel Plaid Rust.
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If the stains are really old they might be permanent - but the best method I have found is using a product called NappySan OxyAction Plus you can find many similar products at your local store - basically it is for babies white cloth nappies - so if it can get poop out of nappies it must be good!
All you do is add it to a big tub of hot water - I let the stained clothes sit in there until the water cools. Then I put them in my machine with another dose of the nappy stuff and my normal washing powder. If you have already washed and dried the shirt the stain is now set. You can try bleaching it, but that may just fade the stain.
Your best bet is to buy a new shirt. Soak it in fabric bleach and wash in surf excel with vanish.
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