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Ralph Lauren script blue label -- USA made precursor to RLPL (cashmere)
I always think your suits/coats fit and look great, but I just don't like the matchy-matchyness of your tie/square/lapel items. Just my personal preference.
Great looking SC, GMMcL.
I'm completely fine with this. However, as you can express why you hate it, I can express why I like it. See the difference? I'm interested in what you've to say, not in what you feel. For example, RDiaz had the wrong definition of a Paddock coat in mind, then I explained to him what a Paddock coat really is and, while he still doesn't like my example, he got interested on a possible future commission trying to adapt the idea to his physique and I also got interested on the idea. No feeling hurts, he still does not like it, I respect his opinion.
I'm not interested in winning an discussion, which, considering my character, would only mean that I've already lost only by wanting to win; I'm interested in new ideas, rehearsing mine own would be to no good to myself. And let me state, again, that I do not like that outfit.
The biggest point in the Paddock's odd button stance is to make both buttons fully functional, the top and the bottom buttons are positioned in an equal distance from the natural waist point (for example, 5cm above and 5cm bellow, using the 10cm standard spread). Buttoning the bottom button only will always result in a very low buttoning point, because, well, it's. Also, the lapels are supposed to roll to both buttons, so it's not a hard 3 with an odd button stance.
Just to clear some misunderstandings.
There's a difference between saying that you hate it and saying why you hate it, or saying that something looks good and saying why it looks good. I don't care much for the first. I didn't try to imply that you're trying to win this discussion, I implied that you're wrong to believe that I'm. Also, you should read Socrates, being the majority does not imply merit to your cause, that's just a contemporary myth.
Anyway, I'm done, apparently nothing productive will come out from this again.