Call them. The person answering the phone - or the recording, if you call outside of business hours - will say something like "Thank you for calling Façonnable..."
And you will then have heard how the brand name is properly pronounced.
Ingenious (and apparently it is like fa-son-aab).
What variables of a jacket affect mobility?
I was watching this clip of Fallon and Timberlake doing their SNL thing and noted that, in addition to having a superior silhouette, Timberlake's (TF?) jacket shifts and folds (esp. around the lapels) much less than Fallon's. Obviously this has in part to do with the higher arm hole, but what else contributes to this? I'm inclined to think that thicker canvassing and fancy stitchwork has something to do with it. Thoughts?
1) your personal preference. once you figure out where you like your jackets to fall, then you'll have a better idea short or regular.
2) suit brand/designer. the lengths vary significantly from company to company. some shorts could be longer than some regulars and vice versa.
I personally prefer a shorter look. if i was your height i'd likely go with short in most suits.
Does anyone have experience with Rockin' Satorial suit? This one is dirt cheap and is wrinkle resistant.