Bronte wrote:Emma. wrote:Lulz.
"The 3-roll-2 is a compromise. It’s found on many Savile Row single-breasteds, and is the classic buttoning for the undarted Ivy League-style “sack” suit. It’s the opposite of tacky - the epitome of class."
"...probably the most classic suit buttoning style, the 3-roll-2..."
Many Sevile Row suits are extremely fashion forward, even if derived from "classic Ivy League style," which itself is usually inappropriate for business dress as a category. For example, the fact that the the three roll two is a classic sack suit says it all: sack suits are basically for summer wear at cocktail hour, not for business wear.
And I don't know how the three roll two could under any circumstances be considered the classic suit buttoning style when the standard two button is obviously, indisputably the classic suit buttoning style. And we're talking about American fashion here. Does Brooks Brothers make a three roll two as a flagship line? Does Paul Stuart? Does J. Press?
Dude, what the fuck is wrong with you? Many of J. Press "Pressidential Line" suits are 3 roll 2 suits, as are several Brooks Brothers Golden Fleece suits. Just admit you are wrong and move on.