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I figured as much. This isn't the greatest photo but there is some skirt flare built into the suit. I had it removed immediately and told my tailor to never do it again. It showed up again on the second commission. frown.gif. Sometimes I wonder if they ever listen.


Or is that a coat balance issue? Hard to tell with the photo.
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For that style I think it looks pretty good with the flare
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Originally Posted by David Reeves View Post

Or is that a coat balance issue? Hard to tell with the photo.

There's no balance issue with this jacket. He was able to remove the flaring in the jacket. Tried to remove it on the second one but it's still evident.
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Men here unsure their manliness? Ha, ha, ha, figures. Flared skirts isn't going to make you a woman!
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Men here unsure their manliness? Ha, ha, ha, figures. Flared skirts isn't going to make you a woman!

 

Neither will bras, thongs, nor garters, but I'd still much rather see a woman wearing them than one of us men.


Edited by palk - 6/15/16 at 8:57am
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1939.

Douglas Fairbanks Sr in double breasted.

 

2016 double breasted of sartoria Luigi Dalcuore,Naples.

 

 

 

Revers angle is quite similiar,shoulders not,but Dalcuore  cut more structurate shoulders.

 

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Neither will bras, thongs, nor garters, but I'd still much rather see a woman wearing them than one of us men.

Whatever floats yer boat I say.
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Love mid-grey flannel - any idea who the creator of this is?
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Musella Dembech of Milano.

 

http://www.muselladembechmilano.com/archive

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Musella Dembech of Milano.

http://www.muselladembechmilano.com/archive

Great, thanks!
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Finished this up today.



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Nice - is that a Smiths cloth? If so I have it made up in an SB 3 piece.
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Finished this up today.



 

The cut is wonderful,i like the four buttons clean look.

The ideal would be wear it in the Duke of Windsor style (buttoning le last couple,with a nice roll of lapel).

But in my opinion lapels are too much narrow for a double breasted.

I don't like the super huge belly lapels,but those are thin compared to chest.

 

 

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