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And speaking of my reviews How about this one on Scott Hill Bespoke:

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Originally Posted by Jack2000 View Post
I've been looking for a version with little or no shoulder padding and patch pockets that is in the under $400 range. Any thoughts?

I got mine at Brooks Brothers. I believe it is the madison fit. I had them bring it in a little and I think it fits great!

I really don't mind the slightly uniform look, maybe because I was in the Air Force for 5 years. I pair mine with grey or tan gabardine slacks--gold buttons and all. I have sports jackets if I don't want that look.

I'm 30 by the way.
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Why shouldn't a blue blazer fit like RLBL? Why must it be boxy? I believe a blue blazer (or any other sports coat) should fit the same as a suit coat. Seeing all the Americans in their poorly fitting blue blazers is one thing that turns off so many people. A blue blazer should properly reflect its naval heritage. It should be well fitted with double vents. A deep navy serge is ideal.

Thank you.
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