Hi - bit of a newbie question. What do you guys think of a suit altogether without a breast pocket? I'm getting a suit tailor-made while I'm visiting India (Vitale Barberis 120s material for $52 a meter!). The material is navy with wide gold pinstripes (Edit: I mean they are wide apart - the pinstripes themselves are thin). I opted for side vents, 2-button, Italian cut, flap front pockets (the tailor actually mentioned exactly what someone else said on the besom pocket thread when I brought that up: that you can just tuck in the flaps), and slightly longer front. Unfortunately, I didn't check before asking for no breast pocket. Is this okay? This is for interviews and work in an investment banking (hopefully) setting. I tried on something else that the tailor stitched that was roughly in my size (although the fit was obviously not very close), and it was good enough that I decided to go with him. Two other questions - what's the stance on pant cuffs? My sister, who works for GAP, Inc recommended against it, but I thought there might be dissenting opinions here; and second, I'm considering getting more material, which is slightly less conservative, I think. What do you think of a suit with alternating equally thick stripes of navy and black, about half a centimeter thick each. The material was excellent by my limited judgment, and looked great, 130s I think, it was about $43 a meter; I just went for the navy pintriped because I figured it was more conservative. What do you guys think? I'm thinking about just getting the material for later anyway. Also, any and all advice to check for the fit and cut when I go in for the fitting tomorrow, to see if the guy knows what he's about, is welcome and appreciated! Thanks!