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post #16 of 17
Honestly, I don't love any of them. However, I am much more partial to English cut suits, and try to have even my Italian made ones follow that shape, with very straight cuts, slightly supressed at the waist, and slim but not tight through the trousers. Think of the shape of a Paul Smith suit that is in every other way a Zegna suit, and you have my perfect suit.
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Originally Posted by j
Does Isaia count?

BTW, keep in mind also that the camera focal length can change proportions. A wide angle lens will make the gorge look higher and shoulders look narrower, etc. This is a major flaw in a lot of suit photos I've seen, especially auction photos.

I'd agree. The photo of the Kiton is at a great angle for display for the higher lapel when actually I don't think their lapel notch is really different than the attolini/borrelli etc.
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