PUTTING TOGETHER A SUIT SILHOUETTE
Bloggers and their readers love lists. I’ve read plenty of lists of the different types of suit silhouettes. There’s British and Italian. No, wait, there’s British and Italian and American. Or maybe British and Continental and Neapolitan and American. Maybe there’s a Milanese look in there somewhere that’s different from the others. This is counterproductive. It’s like trying to learn a language by memorizing every sentence it can produce and the corresponding translation. It’s easier if you understand it in parts.