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Whats the big deal with 3 button suits? Just wanted gain knowledge from this area

They're okay if you are tall, since they make the wearer look shorter. They're not as classic and timeless as the 2-button.
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They're okay if you are tall, since they make the wearer look shorter. They're not as classic and timeless as the 2-button.
Thanks... Can't I get the tailor to make it look like a 2 button though? Have some suits on sale at my store and was thinking bout grabbing a dark gray 3 button and a 2 button navy
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Originally Posted by Denim View Post

Whats the big deal with 3 button suits? Just wanted gain knowledge from this area

I love 3 button suit and I think they are more timeless than 2 button. It seems to "fill out" the suit better.
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Originally Posted by Denim View Post

Thanks... Can't I get the tailor to make it look like a 2 button though? Have some suits on sale at my store and was thinking bout grabbing a dark gray 3 button and a 2 button navy

Why go to all that trouble and just not button the top button?
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I love 3 button suit and I think they are more timeless than 2 button. It seems to "fill out" the suit better.
Why go to all that trouble and just not button the top button?

Just wondering thoughts on this... I'm a rookie with suits lol so I'm tryna soak up a lot of knowledge here and there. Ill probably keep it 3 button just to have a different look.

Just making sure there isn't a certain occasion to wear it and etc
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Just wondering thoughts on this... I'm a rookie with suits lol so I'm tryna soak up a lot of knowledge here and there. Ill probably keep it 3 button just to have a different look.
Just making sure there isn't a certain occasion to wear it and etc

A 3-button is actually more versatile than a 2-button because you can fasten only the centre button to get a similar button stance, or fasten the top button as well for more formal occasions (or windy days).  No special occasion is required of course, but 3-buttons are best with some horsehair canvas in the front to get a good lapel roll.  A sharply pressed lapel is murder on the versatility of a 3-button.  Tailoring to get the 2-button look is not required.  I've got a marvellous 3-button late 50's/early 60's sportcoat in a small black/orange houndstooth with a subtle blue windowpane pattern (trust me, the fabric isn't as loud as it sounds) and it's surprisingly enough become a staple of my day-to-day wardrobe.  I just button it wherever my mood dictates and away I go.

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I've got a picture of a sport shirt here i'm dying to find the brand of. Any chance anyone might recognize the brand or might be willing to help out? It has a light blue/white check pattern, white inner collar, white trim down the button pannel, and bright blue buttons. Anyone have an idea?


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Thanks!
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^ Finamore
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Thanks for the response! Do you recognize it or is that just a guess? Surely someone here has hopefully come across it!
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Hey guys,

I got a great briefcase from a friend. He doesn't remember where he got it and there is no mention of a brand name on it. It only says "City Line" on the front and there is an inscription on the inside that says "citare questo numero incaso di reclamo 3". It also says "made in italy" on the zippers. The leather feels great and I'm just curious whether anyone can point me towards the maker?
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Will ralph lauren have a after christmas sale and how much discount usually?
Also where can i get chisel toe dress shoes under 200?
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Can I wear all black with a cream or chocolate blazer?
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Can I wear all black with a cream or chocolate blazer?
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try the herring shoes sale section

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/search-results.php?sizeid=9&fitid=2&styleid=&colourid=&search=Sale+Search
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Hi all,

 

New here. My name is Kyle. I have been trying to track down this jacket, or a jacket similar. I trekked throughout Italy in hope to find it, but to no avail. Can anyone locate me to a model similar to this? Also I have interest in the scarf as well.

 

 

And one more thing, anyone know where I can find a pair of shoes similar to these? My budge is tight so I'm looking for something under $150.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

 

700

post #19305 of 31068
Hi Kyle,

The sport coat looks like a Cucinelli or Canali Kei. If you're budget conscience, I've seen Corneliani diffusion sport coats in a similar style; take a look on eBay.

For the boots I'd check out AE. They're having a clearance which includes boots similar to the one in your pic.

Welcome to SF.
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