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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

I like the Caraceni the best here.   
Not the Roman Caraceni, for those who are keeping score.

A&S is decent example an all fronts, although the Neapolian one could look pretty great on the right guy.

The Poole sort of mystifies me-- the 4x2 makes not so much sense. Still, that could also look great on the man who likes wearing it.
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Arrigo's DB surprised me. Didn't think I would go for the 6x2 / 6x1 option but it's quite nice. Would do again.
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I love Caliendo's SBs but for some reason his DB cut just doesn't suit me.
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The lapels are a bit wide for my taste, but I think I actually drooled over that suit. Awesome looking!

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A wonderful British double breasted,cut in 1954 at the bespoke department of Harrods of Knightbridge.

 

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Five double breasted style compared by Simon Crompton of Permanent Style:

 

https://www.permanentstyle.com/2016/09/five-double-breasted-styles-compared.html#comment-1417079

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Here the Simon Crompton's Henry Poole double breasted with extra two buttons and  little more short.
The coat improves very much,in my opinion.

 

post #2529 of 3012
The buttons, yes.

The length, yes by itself but perhaps not in context.
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Originally Posted by carpu65 View Post

Here the Simon Crompton's Henry Poole double breasted with extra two buttons and  little more short.

The coat improves very much,in my opinion.



DBs need to be shorter! I just don't get long DBs, IMHO
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DBs need to be shorter! I just don't get long DBs, IMHO


Then you wouldn't like mine.

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First DB by Steed.
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First DB by Steed.

 


Amazing. Steed is on top of the list upon my UK visit .. Is this jacket part of their bespoke suit? Would be great to see how the trousers fit as well once you find the time to snap another photo .. 

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Not a fan of the look/ combo
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