I am completely stumped by a suit that I recently acquired. It's a very sharp 3pc DB suit, with nice wide lapels and pant legs. Very fine tone on tone herringbone tweed with a very subtle pin stripe. Inside label reads 'Made to Measure Expressly for: L. Saito' with a date of November 1950. Thing is, this suit is pretty small for an adult. Jacket has a 38 inch chest, but the vest is only 35. Waist is 30, inseam is 26 with an 11 inch rise. Is it for a small man or a boy? Was it common to have suits expressly tailored for children?