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post #31 of 38
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Originally Posted by CharlesAlexander View Post
I'm still waiting for the 7 button suit to come back in style.
damn, you have to have a torso like a frickin' centipede to wear that thing. I'm sure it's great if 2 kids want to stand on top of each other to sneak into a club
post #32 of 38
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Originally Posted by FidelCashflow View Post
damn, you have to have a torso like a frickin' centipede to wear that thing. I'm sure it's great if 2 kids want to stand on top of each other to sneak into a club

It's funny because with that bulge in the stomach area, it does look like two kids standing on top of one another.
post #33 of 38
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Originally Posted by jimmywiilson889 View Post

For short height person, 3 button suit would never been the best choice. instead 3 roll 2 button suit seems better option to me.

A much-appreciated, timely response.
post #34 of 38
Someone asked me if three buttons were coming back?

A: They are if I say they are.







post #35 of 38
Whilst I strongly prefer 2 button suits, I have a very nice 2.5 button suit that I adore. High cut 3 buttons are out of style; balance 3 and 2.5 button suits look normal to me
post #36 of 38
Really?
post #37 of 38
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Originally Posted by Patek14 View Post

Whilst I strongly prefer 2 button suits, I have a very nice 2.5 button suit that I adore. High cut 3 buttons are out of style; balance 3 and 2.5 button suits look normal to me

Yes, agree
post #38 of 38


I'm very much a fan of it, it stands out from all the two buttons. Here's my 3 button jacket by Louis Copeland.
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