Originally Posted by amplifiedheat
Your call. Well-dressed men do not wear their trousers on their hips.
Wearing trousers at the hips is a current fad that will pass. It has come and gone before...
Originally Posted by Master-Classter
^^^ that sounds about right. I like my top (of 2) buttons to be just above my belly button, within say 2 inches, then the bottom button should be around or just above the belt...
Originally Posted by yarnsforth
+1 though I can deal with a 2-button jacket's lower button being max 1.25" above belt.
For me, the lower button on a 2-button jacket needs to be below the belt....
Button stances have been going up for the past decade. The 2-button jackets now are pretty much 3-button jackets without the bottom button. And jackets have been getting shorter. Trouser rises have been going down. I'm sure these smaller...
Originally Posted by gumbolo
This must be the funniest definition I have ever heard about the origin of sea-island cotton. In case you are US American, there are also other islands outside the US which grow...
Originally Posted by Sebastian_Flyte
yeah-- somewhat low-waisted pants, too.
Since your trousers are below your waist, your tie length doesn't need to follow the rules either. You can wear your tie...
Originally Posted by columbia92
I'm a big fan of non-iron fabric. It's much more convenient and easier to deal with. I wonder why the none-iron fabric selection is always limited, especially for high end shirt...
Originally Posted by OttoSkadelig
PS. pant rise is also a bit too high and contributes to "old man" silhouette (really becomes apparent in the side jacket-less pic), but I'm guessing there isn't a lot...
Originally Posted by Shirtmaven
non iron has a special treatment that reduces the need for ironing.
easy care has a resin finish, but still needs to be ironed. It is just easier to iron.