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post #1066 of 7582
I'm interested in the Napoli. I typically wear a 46R, should I size up to a 48R in this model too?
post #1067 of 7582
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Let's see that Washingon Flash !

Have a wedding to attend in a couple of weeks...will throw up some pics then smile.gif
post #1068 of 7582
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Yes, you can add an additional inch

But if you do, won't you basically have about 2.75" between the end of the cuff and the first buttonhole? That would look rather unsightly right?

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But if you do, won't you basically have about 2.75" between the end of the cuff and the first buttonhole? That would look rather unsightly right?
A half inch would be safer. There's nothing wrong with showing a little cuff. Just make sure you're not wearing a shirt that's too long. It then just comes off as being part of your style and not "wrong".
post #1070 of 7582
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A half inch would be safer. There's nothing wrong with showing a little cuff. Just make sure you're not wearing a shirt that's too long. It then just comes off as being part of your style and not "wrong".


Im able to do about 1.5 inch more.. I do a lot of 5 or 6 button cuff's on my jacket.. seen as a no-no on here, but I dig the look.. I have monkey arms, so it does not look as severe..

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A half inch would be safer. There's nothing wrong with showing a little cuff. Just make sure you're not wearing a shirt that's too long. It then just comes off as being part of your style and not "wrong".

No, I'm talking about the suit jacket sleeve. The jacket sleeve itself would have 2.75" from the end of the suit jacket sleeve to the 1st button-hole.

post #1072 of 7582
Anyone try their single-breast coats? Are they warm? I have the navy double-breasted coat and i'm hoping their other ones are thicker and warmer.
post #1073 of 7582
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Originally Posted by silvercitynyc View Post

But if you do, won't you basically have about 2.75" between the end of the cuff and the first buttonhole? That would look rather unsightly right?

Honestly, most people wont notice. It looks a bit odd but not at noticeable as a ill fitting suit.

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No, I'm talking about the suit jacket sleeve. The jacket sleeve itself would have 2.75" from the end of the suit jacket sleeve to the 1st button-hole.

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Originally Posted by dufferin1 View Post

Honestly, most people wont notice. It looks a bit odd but not at noticeable as a ill fitting suit.

Yes, there could be a good sized gap. If you're not self conscious about it then don't worry. If you are, you could have a tailor add a 5th buttonhole. Since there is such an easy return policy you can have a tailor look at it and opine before making a decision.
post #1075 of 7582
never mind.
post #1076 of 7582
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Yes, there could be a good sized gap. If you're not self conscious about it then don't worry. If you are, you could have a tailor add a 5th buttonhole. Since there is such an easy return policy you can have a tailor look at it and opine before making a decision.

You cannot add a buttonhole. Mine is about 2.5 inchs from the button/cuff and honestly I don't notice it. However I am fairly young and in college so it doesn't matter as much. I do dress very well and I don't think anyone would care. I wouldn't however wear it as a lawyer and will probably get a couple MTM suits when I graduate that won't have this problem.

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Will they ever open in Canada?
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Will they ever open in Canada?

They are opening one in Toronto.

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Will they ever open in Canada?

 

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They are opening one in Toronto.

I wonder if their prices will be the same as their U.S. locations. Since it's a European company, I would hope so. Paying the typical 10%-15% "Canada" markup when our dollar is at par always annoys me.

post #1080 of 7582
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They are opening one in Toronto.
Aaah, I hope they follow suit with one in Vancouver as well. *crosses fingers*
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