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Thanks Angie & Sabine, I'm not a Pippa fan at all..can't imagine MaggieMay would have been too happy about Pippa having her hands on Andy either!
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Thanks Angie & Sabine, I'm not a Pippa fan at all..can't imagine MaggieMay would have been too happy about Pippa having her hands on Andy either!

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With Gill Brook



With Sir Chris Hoy





With President of the Lawn Tennis Association, Peter Bretherton


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That bald patch's becoming more and more noticeable, poor boy....


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Andy should have buttoned up. Otherwise he looks great.
How to button a 2-button single-breasted suit jacket.
When standing, button only the top button.
When sitting, unbutton the jacket to allow it to drape more gracefully. Never button the bottom button; doing so will keep the suit from draping properly around your waist.

3 or 4-button single-breasted jacket.
With a 3-button jacket, always button the middle button, and optionally, the top button. Again, unbutton the suit when sitting down. Never button the bottom button; on some 3-button suits, the hole will not even line up with the button.

On a 4-button suit jacket, always button the middle 2 buttons, fasten the top button if desired, and never fasten the bottom button. Unbutton the suit when sitting.

From top to bottom button the rule is "sometimes, always, never"
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How to button a 2-button single-breasted suit jacket.
When standing, button only the top button.
When sitting, unbutton the jacket to allow it to drape more gracefully. Never button the bottom button; doing so will keep the suit from draping properly around your waist.

3 or 4-button single-breasted jacket.
With a 3-button jacket, always button the middle button, and optionally, the top button. Again, unbutton the suit when sitting down. Never button the bottom button; on some 3-button suits, the hole will not even line up with the button.

On a 4-button suit jacket, always button the middle 2 buttons, fasten the top button if desired, and never fasten the bottom button. Unbutton the suit when sitting.

From top to bottom button the rule is "sometimes, always, never"
Is this your way of telling Emma to button it ?
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How to button a 2-button single-breasted suit jacket.
When standing, button only the top button.
When sitting, unbutton the jacket to allow it to drape more gracefully. Never button the bottom button; doing so will keep the suit from draping properly around your waist.

3 or 4-button single-breasted jacket.
With a 3-button jacket, always button the middle button, and optionally, the top button. Again, unbutton the suit when sitting down. Never button the bottom button; on some 3-button suits, the hole will not even line up with the button.

On a 4-button suit jacket, always button the middle 2 buttons, fasten the top button if desired, and never fasten the bottom button. Unbutton the suit when sitting.

From top to bottom button the rule is "sometimes, always, never"
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Is this your way of telling Emma to button it ?
No, but the sometimes, always, never rule is one of those pieces of "useless information" I've known for decades.  For those who didn't know the etiquette - you do now <vbg>
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How to button a 2-button single-breasted suit jacket.
When standing, button only the top button.
When sitting, unbutton the jacket to allow it to drape more gracefully. Never button the bottom button; doing so will keep the suit from draping properly around your waist.

3 or 4-button single-breasted jacket.
With a 3-button jacket, always button the middle button, and optionally, the top button. Again, unbutton the suit when sitting down. Never button the bottom button; on some 3-button suits, the hole will not even line up with the button.

On a 4-button suit jacket, always button the middle 2 buttons, fasten the top button if desired, and never fasten the bottom button. Unbutton the suit when sitting.

From top to bottom button the rule is "sometimes, always, never"

I don't think it looks good and that's just my opinion. I'd leave them unbutton while sitting and while standing, I'd either button both of them up or leave both of them unbutton, in this case. Btw, the stab is not at Andy but the suit. Andy looks gorgeous regardless.



An example below:



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Also, not everyone can handle suits. Some are born into it while others find it very uncomfortable.
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Andys suit looks off the peg.....think he could afford a decent tailor.
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 Has anyone got a clip of Andy in the royal box ?
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This is too good.


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