Both 6X2 rolled to the bottom button.
4×1 is a better look:
I wouldn't be so sure about double breasted suits being out of fashion. I've seen them in fashion now more than I ever have.
This is about the 6×1 double breasted suit, as seen here on our Mr. Wolfe. He gets a pass, because, you know he's Tom Wolfe. You would do well to avoid
For example, this is Carlo Andreacchio who is part of the Caraceni family of bespoke tailors in a nice shifting button 6×1 and 6×2.
This one I changed from 6×1 to a 4×2.
double breasted 6×1 suit charcoal gray
Double breasted coats worn this way were actually something of a (dare I say it) trend amongst wealthy Brits and the guys who dressed like them back in the
Vintage 1940s Mens Suit — Glen Plaid 6 x 1 Double Breasted Peaked Lapel –
During the 1990s, 6×1 jackets were all the rage but unfortunately, they haven't aged at all well. The double-breasted jacket
But this jacket can go either way:
Ludlow double-breasted suit jacket in Italian wool
Posted in Ensemble; Tagged Bangladesh, Brown double-breasted suit
Double Breasted Peaked Lapel -. ◅