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why wear cumberbund if jacket is closed?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by web.boards, May 18, 2011.

  1. web.boards

    web.boards Active Member

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    When my single button jacket is worn closed, it seems that you can not see what's under the jacket. Does it matter if you wear a cumberbund in this case?
     
  2. onix

    onix Senior member

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    When my single button jacket is worn closed, it seems that you can not see what's under the jacket. Does it matter if you wear a cumberbund in this case?
    I can still see my cummerbund. Probably your quarter is too closed?,
     
  3. Roger Everett

    Roger Everett Senior member

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    One generally doesn't have the jacket buttoned that much, mostly unbuttoned. you need to cover up the 5th button at the waist plus cummberbund or vest completes the outfit. Unless you have mother of pearl buttons and aren't using studs ( which is't really as formal looking ).
     
  4. cbfn

    cbfn Senior member

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    "Cummerbund". [​IMG]
     

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