Hey, but I still think it's a hard 3 button without the lower button and a slightly lower stance!
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.
Agreed, but I've a general prejudice against point collars. Do you've the same opinion about double breasted coats?
Perhaps you did not mean to, but you touched a point related to Politics, so I presented one of the most basic authors so that you could educate yourself with a different and very well regarded point of view.
Nice outfit! The square is match-y, but you know this. Btw, is it really black and white or is the photograph off?