Yes, you are correct. The article's suggestions are off in my opinion, but it still provides some good info around the actual outfit itself. For example, I was never 100% sure what the trousers were and was glad to learn they were a trim-fit charcoal dress trouser - not an obvious choice, but they work incredibly well in a singular outfit. However, the article's suggestion of the navy work trousers instead is inconsistent with the original outfit's logic and, even away from that, would have an odd monochromatic effect with the navy turtleneck. br> IMHO, the brilliance of the outfit is that it works in real life, but not as much on paper. Also, doesn't hurt that Steve McQueen is wearing it - that said, I think it would work on normal humans as well.