I'll jump straight in with this. A lot of the two button RTW jackets out there button quite high. With the top button done up it is often a good 2 or even 2 1/2 inches above the natural waist. I don't mind this at all and it's not a criticism of it, but I wondered if anyone has noticed any trend changes in the lowering of buttoning points, somewhat like how wider lapels have resurfaced after the period of ever-narrowing lapels a la Mad Men? The reason I ask is that I have two suits which, although made some time ago, are rather fine pieces, and which I'd like to wear. One is a marl grey wool flannel and the other a light brown small houndstooth check.The cut is moderate and classic: lapels not too narrow or wide, regular leg width on the trousers etc. The only sign that they are not entirely contemporary is the buttoning point which is roughly at the natural waist. It might be that I've become too accustomed to the contemporary two-button look and it does seem to be affecting my judgement. I'm sorry that I don't don't have any photos because I'm away from home for a while.