No offense taken. Sacks are a different aesthetic. Yes, I've still some tweaking to do with trouser hems, but I am happier with my wardrobe now that I ever have been. Is it an anti-fit dogma? Well, I've stopped caring as much about having perfect this or that and have just started enjoying dressing more. I look back at shots of "ivy style" from the 50s-70s and see guys who look good, but aren't fussy. That's what I'm aspiring for. Hell, look at Archibald Cox and Elliot Richardson, or any of the shots of the guys in AAAC's American Trad Men thread. Are their fits perfect? No, they're wearing sack suits. But they look dammed good. That's where I've come to. Less give a damn, more wearing clothes. I hope this doesn't make me the Cruiser of SF.