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  • Tonight he sported a navy-on-navy striped three-button suit with a baby blue shirt.

    Who Said It Would Be Easy

  • Michael Caine The Look: Lady Killer three-button blazers, fitted double-breasted suits, mod roll-necks, linen, big-framed specs.

    Dress Like an Icon

  • He motions at the coke, shuffles the collar of his three-button herringbone sports coat, glazed, slipping off somewhere else.

    Monkeytown excerpt 2

  • The Three-Button Suit The Three-Button Suit Longer and leaner than the typical three-button, these relaxed cotton blends have a youthful look that's as pulled-together as it is casual.

    One Great New Suit

  • Every closet can benefit from a standout jacket and tie—whether double-breasted, three-button or in a dapper plaid, there's a fit for you.

    One Great New Suit

  • The Three-Button Suit Longer and leaner than the typical three-button, these relaxed cotton blends have a youthful look that's as pulled-together as it is casual.

    One Great New Suit

  • • If your opera gloves are mousquetaires, the popular style with a three-button wrist opening, you can partially remove them by undoing the buttons and pulling your hand out through the opening.

    Lisa Mirza Grotts: Opera Glove Etiquette

  • If a three-button mouse seems like a luxury, try the PowerMouse 100.

    The original 40-button mouse - Boing Boing

  • After all, McIlroy has never looked anything less than invincible this week; Barcelona in a three-button shirt.

    US Open 2011: Rory McIlroy into final round with eight-shot lead

  • The most recent collection in the line—titled In the Mood for China—boasts three-button jackets and high-cuff trousers.

    Fashion House Zegna Battles Rivals for China's Affluent

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