The purple in Monday's post goes very well with green. I don't yet have my own photos of the two together, but have a look at
"Coloured trousers for men: how to wear them this winter"†. This thumbnail is taken from there, and shows
one of several schemes they suggest.
I like green and purple. More people should wear it. Unfortunately,
I couldn't find many other examples of this combination on the web. I've seen engravings
of 18th century French courtiers wearing such colours, but Google wasn't helpful
in locating them online.
The nearest I came was an article about court fashion during the reign of Louis XIV in the Serbian blog
Moda Nekad i Sad (Fashion Then and Now)‡. There are two pictures which approximate the colour scheme I'm trying to describe:
†"Coloured trousers for men: how to wear them this winter" by Nicoleta Parascan, Fashionising.com, 9th December 2013. This is the right-hand frame of a composite photo captioned "Purple coloured pants at Dirk Bikkembergs, Paul Smith and Etro, F/W '13".
‡"Luj XIV" ("Louis XIV") by Marina Skrinjik Ćorić, Moda Nekad i Sad (Fashion Then and Now). The blog is by Marina Skrinjik Ćorić at the
School of Design in Belgrade; she says that her many illustrated posts are to compensate for the lack of Serbian-language literature on costume history and fashion.