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Do You Wear Your DJ Buttoned Or Unbuttoned?

  • Buttoned

    Votes: 22 61.1%
  • Unbuttoned

    Votes: 5 13.9%
  • It Depends (Please Explain)

    Votes: 9 25.0%
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Then what is the point

of a vest/cummerbund? I almost always leave my DJ unbuttoned, I actually can't think of an instance where I have of my own accord buttoned the DJ. And the only time I recall buttoning it at someone's request was when our choir director had us all button our DJs for a specific concert.
 

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If worn with waistcoat/cummerbund (I'm not sure why it would be worn without either) then the jacket is left unbuttoned. There's no need to button since the waistcoat/cummerbund is covering the waist.
 

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of a vest/cummerbund? I almost always leave my DJ unbuttoned, I actually can't think of an instance where I have of my own accord buttoned the DJ. And the only time I recall buttoning it at someone's request was when our choir director had us all button our DJs for a specific concert.
For when you unbutton it when you seat. That's why a DB one does not require a vest or cummerbund, since you leave it buttoned sitting or standing.
 

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Depends . . .

. . . on whether I'm standing (buttoned) or sitting (SB: unbuttoned; DB: buttoned). Occasionally, when I want to put a hand in a pocket, I'll stand with a SB unbuttoned for that while, but never with a DB.
 

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It Depends (Please Explain)

...on whatever Sator says...

Seriously, I thought it was unbuttoned if SB and buttoned if DB (except if seated).
 

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Depends on how I feel and what I'm doing. I'd unbutton when dancing.
 
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