The only thing wrong with that is that it's not a DB. I would wear that in a heartbeat. I know, because I have.
It might also serve to note that not all stripes are pinstripes. Three other varieties are chalk stripes, beaded stripes and chain stripes. The last two characterized by the width and vividness of the stripe. I believe the suit above to be one of these.
I do.Who remembers when Brooks Brothers' annual offerings of striped suits usually included chalk striped navy and medium dark grey and an alternating multicolored stripe in Golden Fleece, navy and grey chalk stripes in 346, and navy and medium grey pinstripes in Brooksgate? I stayed in the chalk stripe lane. Alternating a stripe of red, blue, or (one year only that I recall) violet was just too much to think about in the morning as I donned my armor. The crispness of the pinstripe was something I only tried once.
That's my situation being retired and out of normal business types of settings. A navy suit for weddings and funerals is really all that I have worn for a good while.They're not out of style, but I think a better question is "Where will I wear this pinstripe suit?"
I'll hopefully be entering the workforce this year, and I can't see myself wearing a navy or navy pinstripe suit. Too formal for me. A wheat brown or olive corduroy suit seems more doable.That's my situation being retired and out of normal business types of settings. A navy suit for weddings and funerals is really all that I have worn for a good while.