Don't understand y'alls gripes with the button stance. Top button is at the dead center of the jacket, which is totally standard nowadays. Plus you can't make an accurate statement about the stance's effect on the proportions until he buttons it. While opened the buttons are pure decoration
This has been making the rounds but am I the only one that thinks the button stance makes it look a little oddly proportioned?
He's 80% of the way home on his first real swing at this look. SF collectively envisions the svb pimp trapped inside the block of granite--each thumb is like a strike of the chisel. Edited by 1969 - 7/12/12 at 5:51am
Stanley's outfits aren't rattle-the-earth great or anything, but he's come a ways since his he started and has always been open to constructive criticism, both of which, I think, help the perception of his current offerings.
Oh, and the inclusion of explosions and dames, too.