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High continental is a term used by Korean tailors I have known. Several have used the term so I believe it to be a common term and not just from one individual. It is used for a strong waist suppresion, high armhole, sometimes paired with a concave shoulder.
I can't judge the workmanship, but the fit and style come thru on your photo. Like I said when I see the trim sleeves, they are getting the whole picture. Looks very fitted, like the suits in the 30's. I think this works best in the weight you chose. Lighter weight might not translate the look as well.
post #47 of 47
Nice job. Really top class. You have the frame to pull off the suit and it was a bold move and the results are a great success. Good comments have been made here already about the trousers, but if you like the way they look now, keep them with a bit of flair and when they start to look dated, have them adjusted.

I will make a point of posting pictures of the Chan I had made two weeks ago as soon as I have it pressed.
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