(1) P2P 20.25, Sh 17, Sl unfinished, L 30.
(2) P2P 20.75, Sh 17.75, Sl unfinished, L 30.5.
I own the first jacket and am interested in buying the second jacket from one of our B&S sellers.
Club collars kind of exist in a world of their own, and in their various incarnations have always been appropriate from workwear all the way up to three-piece suits. I haven't seen one worn with morning dress, but it wouldn't surprise me if club collars are appropriate there, too. Their popularity fluctuates wildly every 40 years or so.
EDIT: Just confirmed that club collars have appeared in morning dress too. Go nuts.
It's essentially one size bigger. I'm going to go with, yes slightly, but it shouldn't make much of a difference if the first jacket fits you well. If the first jacket fits you and has a bit of room, then you'll probably notice.
I've been wanting a french cuff shirt for awhile now, so two weeks ago I ordered one. Just got it in the mail today but not sure if the cuff fits right on my wrist. I went with an off the rack to see if I like the look and feel of a french cuff, before having one made. So for now can someone tell me if it looks too big. With it on and closed I can slide two fingers between my wrist and the cuff link. If they are too big can they be made smaller.
It looks reasonable to me, but it's hard to tell from the picture. There is a short thread on this that might help you.
Yeah exactly. You can't really fix the shoulders, so if those are too big the poster is outta luck. So if the current jacket is on the 'big' side of well fitting, it'll be an issue. That's almost an inch of shoulders. Quite substantial.
So if the first jacket is on the larger side of allowances then it won't fit.
Anybody knows why East dane considers 8UK - 8.5US in shoe sizes? Typically isn't it one full size larger? Look into its sizing chart.
In other words, I'm probably a 8.5UK even though I'm a 9.5US