Yesterday I was looking for a necktie that combines well with this new shirt and a navy jacket, and if I have found one in the photo it is certainly not a conventional pairing.
The shirt is a small yellow-green on white check with an unexpectedly indigo overcheck that I thought was navy when I ordered it from Joe Hemrajani (in a swatch it appears navy until placed next to a navy jacket and then it looks like electric indigo). My thought was that it would be interesting with a blue blazer.
Now my semi-automatic routine for choosing a necktie that pulls a new shirt and a jacket together is to experiment with ties that repeat the secondary shirt color in the ground. Unfortunately, that was not an option as my closets do not hold any neckties with an indigo ground. And dark blues, like a midnight blue satin, looked boring with the jacket.
I went next to the colors of the color wheel. Blue-violet is across from orange-yellow, so that combination has some small justification. But, looking at the result, I may wait until spring when I can wear the shirt with my green natte weave. I love that tie.