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wizards11

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I am thinking about having a small ticket pocket on the right side of the suit jacket. does it make the suit more formal? more classy? or actually others?
would like to hear some opinions...
 

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Originally Posted by wizards11
I am thinking about having a small ticket pocket on the right side of the suit jacket. does it make the suit more formal? more classy? or actually others?
would like to hear some opinions...


having or adding??
 

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i had my first measure with my tailor, he told me about the options: peak vs notch and ticket pocket or no ticket pocket. i can tell him my choice in 3 days when i go to 2nd fitting
im pretty sure about notch for this suit and still thinking about the ticket pocket
 

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Personal preference. I have suits with and without....Can't go wrong either way...
 

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Originally Posted by ter1413
Personal preference. I have suits with and without....Can't go wrong either way...

+1. There is no right or wrong answer. What color is the suit. I personally would try it on a dark solid color suit so it could be less noticeable if you don't like it.
 

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Originally Posted by dragon8
+1. There is no right or wrong answer. What color is the suit. I personally would try it on a dark solid color suit so it could be less noticeable if you don't like it.

true, i think it match better with darker color.
i am making a gray suit with thin strips of a hint of blue. not sure if it is a good match
 

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