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I use a slim, front pocket wallet - it isn't as tall as those, in fact it is fairly short, but it holds up 5 cards and has room for some business cards as well as money. Even with my cards and money in it, it is not (very) noticeable in my pocket.
 

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Does anyone out there use breast pocket wallets when wearings a jacket? If so, can you recommend a good brand.
I have the Aspinal that someone else recommended, and think it's excellent. That said, I've largely abandoned it in favour of a small front-pocket wallet (actually just a two-pocket card case into which I squeeze a few folded bills) because even the slimmest breast-pocket wallet affects the line of the suit.
 

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Yes I do - I have to confess to using a tall thin one when wearing a suit and a small bill fold for the right back pocket of my trousers otherwise.

A slim wallet in the breast pocket is a very agreeable way to carry money and the odd card: there are some delightful ones shown in the links.

How many here have their tailor ensure that the in-breast pocket(s) can be fastened - with the wallet comfortably inside?

I do say "pocket(s)" as I have started to only have one (on the right) to avoid any temptation to put anything in the pockets which might destroy the line of the jacket. Anyone else do this?
 

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Two wallets

I keep cash in one wallet and cards in another. This one carries cash and has a center pocket for small change.

Credit cards and drivers license are in a second wallet. This one can be put comfortably in a front pants pocket. It fits a breast pocket, too. First Street may have a link from Ask Andy.

https://www.firststreetonline.com/product.jsp?id=89882

https://www.roguewallet.com/RogueWeekenderBlackSatin.html

Here's another one for cards and drivers license.

https://www.hartmann.com/shop/productDetail-sku-7350-AV

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