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Superfluous

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How's the fit? No alterations have been done and the sleeves will be lengthened.

 

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The button looks like it's straining to hang on, which may be related to a bit of an unclean line on your right (pictured left) hip area. Better fitting than anything I wear, though, so take me for what I'm worth.
 

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That is one high gorge. Who makes?
 

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It looks fine, but I did note the button-perhaps move it a tad? Also, as a matter of interest, is letting out the sleeves readily done without leaving a semi-permanent crease? Good luck with it.
 

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looks fine inclusive of sleeve length.
 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Lee
It looks fine, but I did note the button-perhaps move it a tad? Also, as a matter of interest, is letting out the sleeves readily done without leaving a semi-permanent crease? Good luck with it.

I have done it myself at home on 2 of my suits, and there is almost no visible crease.
 

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Don't breath or at least inhale, you're liable to pop a button.
Roger
 

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* Jacket sleeves are too short (as you have already noted)
* Gorge is too high (would be a deal-breaker for me, but different strokes ...)
* Button stance is all right, but I would prefer it about an inch lower for symmetry

Aside from the above, I think the jacket looks very nice.
 

Superfluous

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I realize the button stance is high, but I have difficulty finding suits with a low button stance other than black label (which I try to buy)... and most of the time it will be worn unbuttoned anyway.
 

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Originally Posted by Tony Romo
Sartoria Partenopea.

In my one try-on of this brand: they run very small. Or they miss-size
their garments. The shoulders look good but you might try going up a size.
 

aj_del

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The button stance is very high. I personally like the lowest button to hit the belt line. The pockets are also very high
 

blahman

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I think it might be an S suit o.o
 

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Sleeves are fine. 4" of cuff is bawler.
 

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