Yes, 4x2 and the buttons in a square-type formation instead of looking like two rows of mammal teats. There's something I don't like about two buttons hovering at about the height of one's nipples.
I don't know, each to his own style, but the DB is something I haven't really taken to...yet.
Well, as if I needed further proof of the current trend towards the DB suit or jacket, this months "Details" magazine has a spread called "How to wear the DB Jacket. For those of you who aren't familiar, Details tends to cater primarily to 20 somethings. When a magazine with this demographic starts extolling the virtues of the DB, I think it's safe to say that the DB Jacket is back!
Good-looking suit on Ebonyman. I actually have an almost identical "regular" Polo one that was made right here where I live in Syracuse, NY at the former Learbury factory about 15 years ago and it's still in great condition. Learbury made suits for Polo and Brooks Brothers until all the elderly Italian women they had making them eventually died off, the economy changed (same thing happened to Nettleton, a local shoe manufacturer on a par with AE) and lots of things basically went to shit.
My question is with the turn toward thinner lapels even on a DB, does anyone regard the lapel width on his suit as too wide? Same deal wiith the third picture of the striped one posted by TheDarkKnight?