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Common applications in jackets of a fish cut entirely within the front panels in a jacket are for (1) an underarm cut that does not quite reach the armscye and/or (2) at the front to suppress the waist and the chest into the skirt. The latter, of course, is very common.
- B

(1) Is exactly what I was thinking. While giving more waist it looks to keep the drape more intact and even more prominent than just nipping the side seams more.
post #1637 of 2382
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"Cut" is an alternative SR term for "dart."


- B

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I've only heard the term "cut" used in the way that the word "dart" is also used, e.g "fish cut."


- B

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Both my current tailors have mentioned giving me "sidebodies" - I assume then I'm getting the front cut?

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Ah ok, the fish cut is that extra curved dart, correct?

Why can't the English speak English
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The colors on that front one are fantastic!
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Steed (Edwin DeBoise) bespoke odd jackets, 3 roll 2, three patch in W. Bill Donegals (for those who care, this is the model with the front cut), freshly wrinkled from the box...

- B

Yay! That subtle belly in those lapels is something else. Wear them well!
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The colors on that front one are fantastic!
+1 It's like a subtle confetti, fit for parties. Very nice looking fabric.
post #1644 of 2382
They look great, Vox.
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They look great, Vox.

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post #1646 of 2382
Beautiful jackets, B. Great choice of fabrics. the number on the left.
post #1647 of 2382
They look terrific. Do you recall the cloth numbers?
post #1648 of 2382
Wow, love that olive donegal.
post #1649 of 2382
Neat stuff, B! Love the swelled edges.

How did the new patch shape turn out? I think you were going to ask for a little rounder shape (iirc).
post #1650 of 2382
Good staff...

Makes me want to put an order for something similar...

Andrey
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