- Sep 30, 2010
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Lapels are useless. Best to remove those as well.
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I've seen DB jackets w/o them - just the four around the stomach area - Hugo Boss did that a few seasons back. A little more contemporary and a little less classic, but whatever floats your boat.
...as well as someone who got himself a double dose of Thom Browne "pull" when he instructed his tailor on fit.
He's actually got the opposite problem. Thom Browne pull is too little light fabric. The DoW has a loose enough jacket, but because he hasn't buttoned the inside button, the jacket is sagging in such a way as to pull on the button. If he took a second to smooth out the jacket, it would go away.