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I, too, have seen funny things on the internet
 follow @Synthese on instagram; he is instagram.com/child_of_scorn it looks like they are off to a good start
 Right -- I knew there was another one I wasn't thinking of and that was it. I think one of the keys to why the wider lapels don't look bad like they did in the 70s is there isn't any belly to the lapels, which was common in the 70s and tended to really exaggerate the effect. Also, natural shoulders help too, I think.
Epaulet french blue duck canvas Rivet Chinos  [[SPOILER]]
 As I recall, the Weller and Caine shapes were developed around late 2010/early 2011. I think I was among the first to pick up the navy hopsack Caine blazer in Summer of 2011. A couple of things I remember from that time are that they were going for a slightly slimmer lapel and a slightly shorter jacket length, both of which they've stuck with. The slimmer lapel was tied somewhat to the style of ties in favor at the time which was slimmer than today. The jacket length was...
 You say, as you fail to do so yourself...
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