David Coleman explores the touchy world of clashing wardrobe combinations on men for NYT. “To someone learning English, or learning how to dress, it is not the four-syllable words or the obscure necktie knots that provoke the most confusion. It is the simplest idioms — say, “That doesn’t go” — that are the most baffling.”

The multimedia slideshow accompanying the story shows a variety of working combinations on men that do indeed work.

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