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Feb 18, 2019

I don't think there's anything wrong with that as it's fairly dark. People give less of a shit than posters here would have you believe. You're fine provided you don't walk in wearing a bright pink suit or some shit.

Feb 19, 2019

Definitely not what I had in mind when seeing the title. Suits looks okay - but like you stated, I think I would go with the traditional charcoal/navy for interviews.

Feb 19, 2019

That doesn't look teal at all - it looks navy (i.e. perfectly fine for work).

Feb 19, 2019

Yeah - color doesn't look bad. But, looks like a heavier weight that you won't want to wear in warm weather.

Feb 19, 2019

Probably fine. Two caveats:

1) I'd want to see it in person before I bought it. Colors on a computer monitor can be misleading.
2) It looks passable in a professional setting because of how close to navy it is. But if you're standing next to someone else in a traditional navy suit, the green hue might really stand out by comparison.

Feb 19, 2019

As others have said, my biggest complaint is that Indochino has the balls to call that color teal. It looks navy to me. I will echo the others who have cautioned to see the color in person and to see how it looks next to a true navy, which could be an issue. Also, in the US northeast, that looks like it would only be usable from October to April given the weight of the material.

Feb 21, 2019
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My soul is highly leveraged