It seems to be a common warning that DBs enlarge and draw attention to the hips, and men who don't want that area accentuated should avoid them. I wonder though if the DB really does do that any more than the single-breasted. It could simply be due to the fact that DB are often poorly-tailored and not cut slim enough around the hips; or that men are wearing belts, pant pockets that bulge, or simply putting too much junk in their jacket pockets. The background 'silhouette' of the SB or the DB it seems are the same; there's no reason for the DB to be wider or flare more around the hips. It could also be that DBs simply make narrow shoulders more obvious because the silhouette is emphasized more than in SBs, rather than the fact that DBs highlight hips in isolation. Thoughts?