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Double Breasted Style.

corpseposeur

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I recently purchased my first tux, first DB, and first Brioni (thanks to eBay seller topshelfapparel) for the evening part of my wedding next May. Overall it fits well for a RTW and the quality is superlative. It needs some alterations (sleeves need to come up a bit, collar needs to be lowered--the usual for me). I'll likely do alterations closer to the date, but I was wondering if the jacket should come in maybe 1/2 inch or so at the waist.

Please don't judge the photos too harshly; those aren't the matching pants, but a pair of black chinos from Hertling just to get a sense of the overall silhouette, and I cropped out the house slippers I was wearing in the photo.

I particularly like the 4/1 buttoning on this jacket

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