I am fairly top heavy and broad shouldered for my legs and height so I feel a bit of pull looks good on my jackets. It gives a more slimming effect than drapey. Whenever something drapes too much it makes the top of my body look way too big, which I don't like. If my trousers are made to accomodate the drapey top they will be rather wide legged and it just looks bad. I only wear MTM suits, but I am wondering if full on bespoke can actually look drapey but proportioned as well? Pull isn't what you need. You can have suits that are neither drapey nor tight. Consider a narrower shoulder and either less waist suppression or a more flared skirt. Trousers can be full and well-fitted--a sharp crease and a straight-down drape are the important things. A good role model is Sean Connery in his Bond days. As a former bodybuilder, he had a substantial upper body (http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/200...EX_468x651.jpg), but his suits were superb.