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JackEst3

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Looks OK but is on the shorter side. I would also consider going with a longer length jacket in the future, which will also (in part) solve the sleeve issue
The front seems a bit short, I agree, but it covers my seat and is otherwise good, so I don't mind.

I would also consider going with a longer length jacket in the future, which will also (in part) solve the sleeve issue

Possibly, that might work. I have thought of trying my normal size in an L length, but I'm not sure if that might be going too far in the other direction. I might try it if I happen to be in their shop.
 

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Perfectly elegant, classic suit. Much nicer than my first suit. I really like the Lazio, for its strong shoulders and wide lapels. I’m glad you found pieces that fit you so well. 😃
Looks great. I would only suggest one alteration: I'd echo the comment about extending the sleeves slightly. My preference is showing around 1/2 inch of cuff .
 

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but the shirt I'm wearing in the picture has sleeves that are a bit too long
I just want to quickly point out that your shirt sleeves aren't actually too long, it's your cuffs that are too loose. Just move the buttons on the cuffs a bit to make them tighter around your wrists and stop at the correct length. You want the extra length in the sleeve itself so that they don't disappear up your arms when you move.
 

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I just want to quickly point out that your shirt sleeves aren't actually too long, it's your cuffs that are too loose. Just move the buttons on the cuffs a bit to make them tighter around your wrists and stop at the correct length. You want the extra length in the sleeve itself so that they don't disappear up your arms when you move.
Thanks for the tip! I have been thinking about that, actually.
 

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I think it’s safe to say that there will not be an outlet..... so, I’m in the market for some double breasted jacket in a 40 if anyone is looking to part ways with any.
 

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So I got my custom made,I like everything but the chest pocket. Which I didn’t choose
It looks fantastic. Who chose the chest pocket, and why did you go with it? It looks totally distinctive to me.
 

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That pocket looks great on a safari style jacket. Not on a peak lapel suit.
 

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That pocket looks great on a safari style jacket. Not on a peak lapel suit.
I didn’t choose the pocket and I even made sure of this by talking to CS. Any suggestions? I was thinking of taking the button and the top of it off
 

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An interesting look! I wonder if they'll let you keep it if you get a remake, do the hip pockets match?

 

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So I got my custom made,I like everything but the chest pocket. Which I didn’t choose
I would ask for a remake. Overall, I have mixed feelings: the lapel looks great but the breast pocket stands out of place. A peak lapel is quite formal and my opinion is that it pairs best with a welted breast pocket. Your current configuration seems paradoxical. SuitSupply's barchetta breast pocket design might be perfect for the remake, formal with a flair.
 
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