Keep it to wear with kilts:
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"Weight distribution can vary greatly for a given weight and height."
True. I have been battling an advancing midsection. I used to run 20-30 miles/week.
Wore 42/43 R , weighed around 160. Am older. No Longer run due to injuries. My chest
measures 44" and shoulders proportionate. I still wear size 34 jeans, 36 slacks.
Where are you? Since you mentioned Paul Stuart, my guess is New York or Chicago.
If you are in New York and are interested in MTM, check out SF-affiliate, Winston Tailors,
formerly known as Chipp:
Don't think only Ivy sack coat. They made me suits/jackets with nipped waists and
side vents thirty years ago.
i am an orthodox of classic dressing who lives on 1950s and disslike fashion and all what i consider is a profanation of classic style as sadly is Pitti omho. Specially Summer edition that makes me sick.
So you like this:
I agree. Timeless style.