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post #211 of 3928
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Also the sleevecaps are not Sciamat-ish, they calm down.
They're still fairly aroused on the pic you posted
post #212 of 3928
I still don't like how the shoulder lifts up at the sleeve joint please ask them to press it down.
post #213 of 3928
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Originally Posted by radicaldog View Post
He means that they are finished on both sides. That's how most Italian tailors do 3-roll-2s.

I'm wearing a 3 roll 2 today from Mina and the top button is finished on the show side only.
post #214 of 3928
Wearing Solito today, top button finished on both sides. Raphael also does that. The MA&SEBTâ„¢ does not.
post #215 of 3928
gorge is too high for my taste
but otherwise nice


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Originally Posted by maomao1980 View Post
I still don't like how the shoulder lifts up at the sleeve joint please ask them to press it down.

where?
i see the sleevehead that is a bit perky
but not the shoulder
post #216 of 3928
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Post a pic. The Borrellis that I have are all true 3/2s, but they are all Linosa/Sorrentos.


- B

Here are two photos showing what I am talking about on my Borrelli jackets.

-LR
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post #217 of 3928
All my stuff from Italy have top buttonholes finished on both sides, even the RTW stuff are, although very half-ass'd.
post #218 of 3928
I'm wearing a Caruso suit today and the top buttonhole is not finished on the inside - same as the other two buttonholes.
post #219 of 3928
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
Here are two photos showing what I am talking about on my Borrelli jackets.

-LR

I would say your jacket is just a three button jacket, or a 3 roll 2.5 at best.
post #220 of 3928
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Originally Posted by maomao1980 View Post
I would say your jacket is just a three button jacket, or a 3 roll 2.5 at best.

It's definitely not a regular three button jacket. All my jackets and suits from borrelli look like this. Maybe the jacket needs to be pressed but its certainly not a 3 button.

-LR
post #221 of 3928
3 roll 2.5

Didn't I already mention that? It rolls to the middle of 2 and 3.
post #222 of 3928
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
3 roll 2.5

Didn't I already mention that? It rolls to the middle of 2 and 3.

Yes, you did mention this but I wasn't sure about my specific jacket which is why i chose to post pictures. What the reasoning between doing a 3 roll 2 vs. a 3 roll 2.5? Other than personal taste. Thanks.

-LR
post #223 of 3928
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
Yes, you did mention this but I wasn't sure about my specific jacket which is why i chose to post pictures. What the reasoning between doing a 3 roll 2 vs. a 3 roll 2.5? Other than personal taste. Thanks.

-LR

It's the style that Borelli chose. Simple as that.
post #224 of 3928
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Originally Posted by ljrcustom View Post
What the reasoning between doing a 3 roll 2 vs. a 3 roll 2.5? Other than personal taste. Thanks.

-LR

No reason other than to show off the side of the button that's finished
post #225 of 3928
Some people argue that with a 3r2.5, you have the flexibility to button the 3rd button or not. Some people like the longer roll in a 3r2, others like the symmetry of seeing the top and bottom button. The roll of a 3r2.5 is also often more voluminous while 3r2 are often flatter.

All a matter of preferences
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