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post #16 of 18
Go with cuffs and pleats if you want. If you're a stocky guy, pleats may be essential to getting a good drape and room in your front pockets. I suspect that Rubinacci is Italian enough to want to do them backwards, but they'll probably execute them very well.
post #17 of 18
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Originally Posted by Solari View Post

Thanks. What makes you say SB vs DB?
I can take that back. The choice is yours. I only have SB from Rubi so I am not familiar with his DB. I have DB from other tailors and I am happy with them.
post #18 of 18
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Originally Posted by bry2000 View Post

That is nothing to worry about. Luca may wear loud clothes on his internet photos, but he has great discretion when it comes to dressing clients for the city. I have dealt with Luca so I am speaking from first hand experience.

If you want something showy and loud, he can help you, I am sure . Equally so if you want a proper City suit.

Absolutely, he's probably got lots of suits and after you build up a large collection your taste can become a lot less conservative than the average bespoke client. A large and varied wardrobe is good thing for someone like him, it allows you to "experience" a cloth or cut or style like a client. You can make up a 100 suits in a fabric but unless you wear it yourself how can you really talk about its characteristics? It's like a chef not eating food. It's always good to push the limits and try new things as a designer it's how you stay fresh.
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