I'm a bigger guy, and I quite like NDW's fit. I think the buttoning position gives the coat some elegance and helps elongate the legs. Likewise I don't mind the fuller trouser. I know for myself at around 100kgs, a 44 shoe and 40ish true waist, if I wear overly narrow trousers I look overly top heavy with massive feet and skinny ankles. I say good job here. Dressing at a larger weight is a lot trickier than skinny guys realize. The proportions that get lauded on smaller builds often need to be disregarded, as trying to achieve that look would be a mistake. Just my opinion as a fat guy, but I always a rate a good big fit higher than a good thin one. once you learn the basics about where your natural waist is and how long to cut your sleeves, most slim guys can throw on a purple label suit and look the business. Gain 30kgs and it's a lot tougher. Desu Thanks, man. Appreciate it. I have resigned to the fact that slim fit is not for me. I am still working on trouser proportion though. WRT to your earlier post- how do you like the ariston fabrics? I am contemplating having something made up for the summer in one of their blue linen or linen blends- was wondering if you had any suggestions for fabric weight.... Hot and humid summer climate.