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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post

The coat may have an opinion. Some look ungainly with the top button buttoned; others look ungainly without. If it looks fine either way, it's up to you.

These days, many jackets have the opinion, "For the love of God, don't button any buttons...please!...it's going to pop off and take out an eye!"
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To think that until recently only the lapel buttonhole was vestigal.
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Originally Posted by LWHQ View Post

Hey,

 

Does anyone which shorts these are?

 

700

http://i50.tinypic.com/dxz9t2.jpg

 

700

http://i46.tinypic.com/1js35t.jpg

 

They look like Joyrich, but I can't find them so they might be another brand.

 

Thanks :)

 

Anyone any ideas?

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Originally Posted by sturm07 View Post

It depends. If you want a relax and casual look, you will only need to button the middle one since the structure will hide the top button and give you a deeper drop on the neck. If you want a more conservative and serious look, you will button the top two. You will see the big difference. It is a more serious, professional and severe look.

The 3-button suit I have doesn't really give a deeper "V" without buttoning the top button, as the structure of the suit pretty much dictates the way it hangs. Maybe this is different for other 3-button suits though.

 

To the OP, if the top button is rolled behind the lapel, definitely don't button it.

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Originally Posted by LWHQ View Post

Anyone any ideas?

You might have more luck in SW&D.
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Are my shoes the wrong size? This is my first time wearing them and they are creasing on the toebox. Should I exchange them for another pair seeing how the right shoe does not crease on the toebox? Shoes are size 8.5, I measure an exact 10 but 9s were a little to loose.

.700

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Originally Posted by LWHQ View Post

Anyone any ideas?

Adidas Jeremy Scott edition.
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Here are the accessories:





I'm 100% serious.
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Originally Posted by DocHolliday View Post

To think that until recently only the lapel buttonhole was vestigal.

I don't understand why, if the one button look is so popular, more customers don't buy and more manufacturers don't offer one button suits.
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Originally Posted by cptjeff View Post

I don't understand why, if the one button look is so popular, more customers don't buy and more manufacturers don't offer one button suits.

It might be the reason why...

It is Huntsman's signature and they are the most expensive and elitist tailors on the Row ..

I have two one button and a few people in cocktails asked me if it was a Huntsman suit..
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Originally Posted by IsteRed View Post

a single breasted overcoat out of this fabric, with velour collar, what do you say?

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There's some conflicting info on the forum about whether Borrelli/Barba shirts shrink or are pre-shrunk. Would you guys say to expect about 2% shrinkage after a wash?
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Originally Posted by jrd617 View Post

There's some conflicting info on the forum about whether Borrelli/Barba shirts shrink or are pre-shrunk. Would you guys say to expect about 2% shrinkage after a wash?

Honestly I didn't notice that mine shrunk too much, but it was washed cool and hung dry.
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Used to wear Brooks ESF exclusively. What do you guys think of think of the fit of the Barba (top) vs Borrelli (bottom). Should I return the Borrelli or is it passable? I was thinking it might be practical on heatwave days where you need to extra air.

My chest is 41 inches. For reference, the Barba is 45 (22.5 p2p) and the Borrelli is 47 (23.5 p2p)

Also, note that the Barba is darted and the Borrelli is not

Ignore the sleeves. Fresh out of the box.
Edited by jrd617 - 7/26/12 at 9:52am
post #16230 of 28670

Reiss suit price had rised

Hello All,

 

I had saw on Reiss website today,all suit price had rised to 7XX to 9XX which used to 3XX to 4XX.

 

http://www.reissonline.com/rw/shop/mens/suits_and_tailoring/suits/view_all/?view_all=1&filter_size%5B%5D=18&filter_price%5B%5D=223.00to935.00

 

I think it is not a good deal when not on sales, whats your opinion? Thanks!

 

And I am also confused why fused suit price can be so expensive?

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