What's your take on patch pocket positioning? I've heard/read that the tops should match the bottom button or be near its level. Here's the fit I posted on WAYWRN last week where my coat matches the description:
I know It's on the long side, but I like how the pocket positioning looks.
This is another patch pocket number. This time, I think the length is a lot better. However, notice how the top of the patches are almost halfway between the buttons:
I feel this positioning looks a bit off and they also seem huge, but I don't know how it will end up if I move them down a bit and/or have them shortened.
White business shirt, slim fit with high armholes. Any suggestions gratefully accepted.
There happens to be a giant pinned thread on the subject covering all different options and price ranges. Though Brooks Brothers Tailored fit stuff gets talked about a whole lot on here, that's one to start with.
Thanks for the responses. Also, what goes well with black/white bengal stripe dress shirt. Would like pant and tie color combos please. I used to do black pants and shoes before SF, but it seems inappropriate now.
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