One button Suits VS Two Button Suits VS Three Button Suits

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One button Suits VS Two Button Suits VS Three Button Suits

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This question came from Your Favorite Writer’s Favorite Writer (The one who wrote: Guest Manifesto: I’m from the Place where Hardcore is Beautiful):

“What is your opinion of the 1 button suit?”

Funny you ask, I have been rocking tons of One Buttons lately and chopping it up like a chainsaw thru Nutella. (And I love Nutella.)

Although I am no fashion historian, I would say it goes like this:

One Button Suit: Kind of Jazz man smooth. Rat pack steez. Stylishly sleek. Good for picking up Models and Nightlife Princesses. For the Nightshift. Swooping fly girls on the veranda overlooking the Med. Suit worn not because you have to wear a suit for work.

Two Button Suit: Universal. Biz Stilo. Works well on all builds. Good all around battle tested swoop gear. Timeless. JFK.

Three Button Suit: 60′s Mod style. Good for taller cats. Can be Rakish.

Side note:

Four Button Suit: NFL wide receiver. A la Michael Irvin.

Five Button Suit (and up): Hoops. Charles Oakley.

But Like my Grandfather always told me; “Style and Taste are for men. Trends and Fashion are for the ladies.” G’s stick with Style and Taste.

Click Here to Buy Dressing the Man: Mastering the Art of Permanent Fashion by Alan Flusser

Click Here to Buy Clothes and the Man: The Principles of Fine Men’s Dress by Alan Flusser

The Rest is Up to You…

Michael Porfirio Mason
AKA The Peoples Champ
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One Comment on "One button Suits VS Two Button Suits VS Three Button Suits"

  1. The G Manifesto
    Will
    21/07/2009 at 7:46 pm Permalink

    great song

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