#Men's fashion: Single-breasted (PP-Video)

Men's suit jackets have two primary styles: Single breasted and Double breasted (DB)
1. DB: A conservative design with two vertical rows of buttons, spanned by a large overlap of the left and right sides.
2. Single-breasted: In which the sides overlap very slightly, with a single row of buttons.

In this my "powerpoint" video , I will show you some basic things about "Single-breasted" with...One, Two or Three...Buttons?! 


Single-breasted refers to a suit jacket, sport coat or blazer that has a single row of buttons (One, Two, Three or Four Buttons) a narrow overlap of fabric. We can see so many single breasted suit jackets or coats with the most common style is two- or three-button.

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The return of the DB (Double - Breasted)

The original double-breasted jacket has six buttons from naval reefer jackets, commonly known as pea coats. 
The double-breasted jacket or suit typically have one to four rows of buttons (each row containing two buttons), one or two of the rows functional - the others are decorative. Each fastening method is identified using "number-on-number" terminology (six-on-two, six-on-one,...).
Double-breasted suit jackets were popular from the mid-1930s until the late 1950s, and again from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s. 
Today, they still bring back a classic and elegant looks although they have been modernized...


There are many different kinds: 8x3, 8x4, 6x1, 6x2, 6x3, 4x1, 4x2, 2x1...
Do you think that you really know about button position on a DB?
Let's see:

The 6x2 is most classic and the standard and we can see a lot of people like the classic "six-on-two" (6x2) DB:


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