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 If you don't mind the drive, Marios in Chestnut Hill is solid.  They have done handsewn buttonholes on a couple Formosas of mine. You do need to be fairly firm in your likes and dislikes...they tend to leave suit sleeves and pant legs long unless you say otherwise.  
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Bigi in action. I have it two colors. First time I have rocked the green.
I was there yesterday...this is the final week they are open.  Everything 60% off.  I was a bit surprised it wasn't more.  Not a huge selection, but some good looking Sartoria Partenopea, Kiton, Belvest, & Brioni remaining in the suits/S.C. section.  
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A bunch of the pictures weren't loading on my phone so I didn't see them all. Seems like 3 and 3r2 worked for those old gents. My preference would still be 2 and I am not a fan on an odd jacket.
 No doubt historical pictures can be very useful.  I was merely saying gents in the 20-30s could have been expressing themselves outside the general rules as well, so it can be misleading without knowing context or intent.  I am purely going on one person's word, I just happen to trust that person.   Side note, I can't tell if any of those pictures are 3 button.  
 Are you assuming the historic pictures are gospel?  I take this tailor's word over you, me, or pictures.  
The owner of my company wears peak lapel for suit and sport coats.  His tailor is a well respected and well known tailor out of NYC.  I was with him one day at the shop, and the tailor didn't hesitate about putting peak lapel on a sport coat, but did tell my boss he was crazy for wanting 3 buttons with his peaks.  He said peaks should always have two buttons.  
 Unfortunately the event is tomorrow.   Maybe I can find some snap bracelets, tight roll my pants, and roll my sport coat sleeves
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