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 I thought they did...
 Ah, ok. Is there a recommended fix?
 Thanks for the input but I think you misread my post. Asking about the charcoal suit posted above, not the navy one. The charcoal one has somewhat overlapping quarters and currently the pants have a slant hem with a slight break and no cuffs. Either way I definitely do not want a super-tapered no-break high-water look. 
 well, if you were willing to settle for a polo... http://www.orlebarbrown.com/men/polos/terry/atoll-tonal-melange
This is a great idea 
 well it would seem pretty simple to me for them to offer a response. it's got to be one of three things, so this could just be multiple choice even: 1. we can alter this setting for you if requested (by email, or whatever) 2. we can't currently offer this, but we are working on changing it across the board or offering the ability to modify on specific orders 3. we are aware of this design defect but don't care and you've only bought like 2 shirts from us anyway, have a...
 Maybe? I think I got the Artisan collar. I don't think it had a name at the time, but I know it was a secret menu item when I ordered it last year.  Mine has a 2-button collar band, so it's a higher stance but if I'm not wrong then this should give you some idea:   [[SPOILER]]
first wear for new Epaulet/Southwick suit after getting the suit back from the tailor:         I'm thinking two things:   1. I want to have my tailor give it a little more waist suppression. Compared to my other Southwick jackets, the waist here is only a half inch wider (laid flat, so an inch overall), but I think it will make a difference in terms of opening up the quarters a little bit so that there isn't as much overlap below the buttoning point.   2. I...
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