Originally Posted by Manton
The one Vox wears is not draped at all, nor is tiger02's. By reputation, Solito cuts rather like everyone else in Naples, Rubinacci is the outlier.
But that is "iReputation" so who knows.
I like what he personally wears, and what Marinella wears.
The feeling I get, and now I need to i-duck as FNB and Yachtie will come swinging, is that in Naples, older, more elegant men tend to wear more drape, but that the younger, slicker types like a tighter suit. Rubinacci makes a rounder shoulder than most others, but the well dressed guys I have seen tend to wear pretty draped suits, for the most part. Here is a good example of what I would consider the "normal" cut for a more elegant dress in Naples, though he does it better than most:
Certainly a little less draped than Rubinacci, and a less round shoulder, but still not clean. FWIW, there are basically two shoulders made there. Shirt sleeve vs. normal isn't the divider, as much as convessa vs. insellata. Rubinacci, Solito and Panico, along with a few others, make convessa to varying degrees. Many others make the other style.