Firstly, I think they'd 'relax' the cut somewhat for an American customer. Secondly, Huntsman/Anderson's American clients represent a very small proportion of suit wearing American men. The second point is absolutely spot on.. Huntsman's customers can not be referred as the Average American suit wearer. I do agree with your analysis of middle classes being obsessed by their look ,clothes and the car they're driving... That is the reason why they spend so much energy being sartorially perfect instead of being just themselves. They're craving for social reconition when the upper classes are just themselves and not giving a crap about what other people think of them..