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Agreed. And just how much more democratic an age it is was once debated (vis a vis navy hopsack) by two now departed members in a very memorable thread, IIRC.
Anyone have an opinion?
I think it's important to consider garments in motion as well as static - a flared skirt on a jacket can look better in motion. After some recent experimentation, I have found that I prefer my odd jackets to have more flair in the skirt than my suit jackets - I still don't mean a huge amount of flair but a little more than the norm. The vertical line seems to be far more important in a suit.
Thank you for filling in for me in my absence, and with a Steed pic I've never seen before to boot.
I love a flared skirt.