With rich looking plaid and the classic double breasted style, this double breasted suit by Vittorio St. Angelo has got the moves to make you seen. Featuring a six button jacket with side vents and a classic cut. This double breasted style suit will make you look quite sophisticated indeed. This plaid double breasted style suit has that classic looking 1930s vibe going on with it's unmistakable good looks and flat front style pants.
Double breasted suits originally came out in the 1930s but really became popular in the 1940s. The double breasted suit first made it's appearance with six buttons and had three buttons to close but it soon became apparent that shorter men looked completely awkward in a suit jacket that looked like this. It wasn't long before double breasted suits in the 1940s had either 6 on 2 or 6 on 1 jacket fronts where the wearer either buttons 2 buttons or 1 button. This solved the problem of appearance for shorter men concerning not wearing a double breasted suit and allowed all men to equally look both stylish and sophisticated wearing one.
If you watch old gangster movies, double breasted suits were all the rage. James Cagney who often played a gangster in these 1940s classic movies wasn't exactly a tall man. In fact he was short but almost always wore a double breasted suit and looked great wearing them. If you get the right fitting suit and know how to carry yourself, a double breasted suit is always a great stylish choice. The overlapping style front gives the suit a completely different dimension than you would find on your basic single breasted style suit.
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