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Jetted suit pockets & royal style

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by CrimsonSox, Jul 19, 2013.

  1. CrimsonSox

    CrimsonSox Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone wear jetted pockets with their suits? It seems uncommon outside of formalwear, yet it's a look that's preferred by some sophisticated dressers, including Prince Charles. I hardly ever see it in the US, but it has a streamlined appearance that's quite elegant:

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  2. Chowkin

    Chowkin Well-Known Member

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    See this article Why Brummell Would Choose Jetted Pockets in A Suitable Wardrobe
     
  3. Macallan

    Macallan Well-Known Member

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    I prefer jetted pockets; however, dislike the 'hands-in-jacket-pocket' look
     
  4. CrimsonSox

    CrimsonSox Well-Known Member

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    I wonder who Akihito's tailor is?
     

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