- Jan 18, 2007
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My tailor is Edwin DeBoise of Steed Bespoke Tailors. His work and that of several great tailors is discussed in this thread.
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Vox and ET: thanks for starting the thread and the photos. I'm considering one of these tailors for my first bespoke commission and am keen to learn more. Hopefully others will chime in with their own pictures, thoughts and comments...
The Rubinacci sleeve can be fuller and straighter, while the DeBoise sleeve conforms more closely to the arm
Breast pocket shape is IMO one of the weaknesses of their style. Most are too narrow -- top to bottom and side to side -- and too straight. The one above is better than most, but the Italians do it better still.