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The Style of Christophe Choo-how to wear double breasted

Eustace Tilley

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The first one is simply awful. The others are ok from the 10 secs of each video that I saw.

Only noticed the sleeve length on the second video - I think his shirt sleeve length is the problem.
 

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Originally Posted by Will
Whoever the tailor is he leaves the jacket sleeves 3/4"" too long.
I though DB and Blazer are supposed to run on the long side.
 

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An 8-4?!! Only if you have the dog watch on the Titanic.
 

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Originally Posted by Wideknot
An 8-4?!! Only if you have the dog watch on the Titanic.

LOL. I just got an 8x4 blazer, like today. :)
 

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Originally Posted by UrbanComposition
8x4 jacket is the next Friday challenge, just you see...

I don't know about that, but there will likely be an 8x4 in the next Friday Challenge.

It is black.


Mike
 

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He's speech pattern is like Tony Stark. Lol.
 

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