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Jacket Fit Advice

Contingency Plan

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Deliberating between Long and Regular; which jacket is better proportioned (ignore too-long sleeves)?

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Phileas Fogg

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Personally I like the regular. The quarters breakaway well for your proportions.

Also, whoever made it seems to think that the difference between long and regular is just a longer hem. They ignored the button stance, so on the long, the button stance seems higher whereas the button placement on the regular offers more balance.
 

ValidusLA

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Personally I like the regular. The quarters breakaway well for your proportions.

Also, whoever made it seems to think that the difference between long and regular is just a longer hem. They ignored the button stance, so on the long, the button stance seems higher whereas the button placement on the regular offers more balance.
I agree with @Phileas Fogg
 

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