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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Drudged, Mar 24, 2012.
A real sartorial conundrum. What is the well-ticketed man to do? Maybe his tailor can work one of these into the jacket. It would definitely "make it look custom."
This sounds like the best solution. I recommend StyFo's newest Master-Tailor/poster for the commission, Rudolf.
Quote: patch jacket looks best plain and unadorned- this looks like a tailoring error or a Philistine putting function over form. IMO
At least it's pretty subtle. I've seen patch ticket pockets that were 80% outside of the regular pocket, and that draws a lot more attention to it.
The ticket pocket should be a little higher. It looks a little strange because it peaking out, so you don't know if is suppose to be hidden or shown. My suggestion is to have it moved up 2 inches from the patch pocket.
There was a discussion here last year.
I didn't even know until now that you could mate patch pockets and ticket pockets. I agree that it is an unattractive hybrid.
80% is small time. Here's the real deal:
But if you're shy:
I have two jackets from Luciano Barbera with patch pockets and one smaller patch inside like this one. I find it handy for actually using the pocket to carry a cell phone or business cards without distorting the shape of the outside patch pocket.
I was going to have Mina add one to my last jacket but I forgot.
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