Yup.I prefer the first/top one. But I agree, they both look very nice.
Great Scot! You're correct. I assume it's the position on the dummy.Top one, but it looks a little crooked...?
Left lapel notch looks lower than right one.
Agreed.I prefer the first/top one. But I agree, they both look very nice.
Spier & Mackay. Not out yet though, just upcoming previews.I like both but if I had to choose one I'd go with Option 1. Who makes the jackets?
those were my thoughts as well, the lower gorge needs a slightly narrower lapelI prefer Option #1 (#2 is more than acceptable as well). With the gorge height of the checked jacket, I could do it if the lapels were narrower.
I definitely see the B&Tailor comparison now.I think I like the larger lapels on the second jacket. It's very B&Tailor to me.
Spier and Mackay is a really interesting option for off the rack garments these days. Really good fabric choices on their jackets. For someone starting out or just looking for value it's a really great option. Their online MTO program is interesting too, especially since they have a full canvas option and you make some fit modifications.
If I lived near a store or had more patience with the mail I would give them a try.
Not that strict a minority, I prefer the second as well, I like that the line of the collar where it joins the lapel, if drawn across across intersects the sleeve head, I feel creates a more balance look regardless of lapel width.Apparently I'm in a strict minority since I like much more the second lapel gorge. I don't care for higher gorges, they look off to me; a lower gorge also add depth to the chest, which is something I dont spit on, being a size 36 with loooong legs...