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post #991 of 1485
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

Here's an old one of me:

For this kind of "bottom-heavy", statesmanly DB style, I think the button stance is perfect. Actually, the whole suit is close to perfect. Only thing I'd modify is to have the lapels ever so slightly widened. Can't believe you sold it! butbut.gif
post #992 of 1485
Although I do keep the photo. biggrin.gif
post #993 of 1485
Although the lapels are rather on the razor-sharp side. I prefer a bit of a belly on them.
post #994 of 1485
Weird button placement on this Brunello Cucinelli coat.

post #995 of 1485
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Originally Posted by Ivar View Post

Weird button placement on this Brunello Cucinelli coat.

Cucinelli always does that. Not sure why as it looks silly.
post #996 of 1485

A pic of my friend where I think he pulled of double breasted pretty good.

 

post #997 of 1485
Sharp. Fits great and I like the tie.
post #998 of 1485
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Originally Posted by HEARTLESS-531 View Post

Sharp. Fits great and I like the tie.

It really does. On the other hand it's a bespoke suit aswell.

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700

post #1001 of 1485
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post


The storied 8-button blazer ...
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post #1003 of 1485
Not unless the button placement is very out of whack. I'd say the missing 4th button is right under his forearm. Having a wife that rides horses, the 8 button isn't all that un-common.
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Aye aye, Cap'n!!
post #1005 of 1485

Double breast is cool and able to enhance the mood

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