Thanks for all the thumbs on my last fit. Pics from Sunday, not the best but you get the idea
Warning: The Full English Breakfast! (Click to show)
Edited by JHT652 - 7/28/15 at 7:00am
You should avoid cuffs IMO. Shortens your lower half and makes you look shorter and dis-proportioned. Or at least go for a very minimal cuff?
I’m really glad to hear this.
I’ve always liked your fits in every respect except the tailoring which occasionally looked just a bit tight to me. (Never prevented a ‘thumb’, however.)
It often wasn’t anything obvious like pulling at the buttoning point. But it was enough to make it look like you weren’t entirely comfortable and that freedom of movement would be restricted.
I understand that these days many men like their clothes tighter they used to, and that even within quite traditional British tailoring there’s been a place for the closely tailored coat (think certain Row styles which draw upon military and equestrian traditions). But your fabric preferences strike me as a bit more congruent with a slightly more forgiving cut.
I appreciate your opinion. I still disagree. Disagreement seems discouraged on SF. I also disagree with that.
Add a ribbon to your inner cuff to improve the weight. You are free to cuff or not.