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|THE COLLAR||THE BUTTONS|
|A simple collar with a notched lapel is classy but unstuffy. A contrasting fabric collar is best for formal occasions and evening wear.||Three buttons are the cleanest, most classic fastening arrangement. Four buttons create a higher – i.e., slightly more formal – gorge. A button-concealing placket is recommended for a sleeker, more minimalist look.|
|THE SHOULDER||THE FIT|
|Not too wide, and go easy on the padding or you'll sprout superhero shoulders when you put the coat on over a suit. The overall effect should be crisp but natural.||The modern topcoat has a trim, close-to-the body silhouette. It should be the same size as your suit and not a size larger (always try it on over a tailored jacket). The sleeves of your jacket or shirt should never protrude beyond those of the coat.|
|THE FABRIC||THE LENGTH|
|Cashmere- it is light but warm enough for all but the most brutal weather. Camel hair is a snappier, less conventional – but still businesslike – alternative to classic dark cashmere.||Keep it short – knee-length or just above – but not so brief that you start to look top-heavy. Below the knee is more traditional.|