all practical puposes the Borelli garment won't be very flattering on most men, and will look downright ridiculous on many. Grayson Which types of men do these look good on?
First, you really need to be reed-thin. You also need to be able to carry off the signature high armholes, and be able to wear such a jacket with comfort, not an easy task. You'll also need to lose your hips, and be able to walk in trousers that are pencil thin with an uncomfortable rise. If you're on the tallish side, you'll look especially silly in the leg-huggingly tight trousers, especially with no break at the shoe. Overall, a very restricted, constrained garment that is not very elegant, in my humble opinion. Please, no death threats, it's just one man's view. I was speaking with a very elegant man from Italy the other day whose family is in the high-end apparel industry, and the topic of the Neapolitan cut arose---He's rather unimpressed by it, and doesn't wear clothes with such a cut because of the very reasons I highlighted. Incidentally, he wears SA. Grayson