One of the little obsessions I have with my suits, be they vintage or tailor-made to replicate the vintage style, is lapel width. I like them wide - not 1970s wide, mind you - but not continental 50s narrow, either. That said, there appears to be some variation in the width of the lapels even on my suits from the same period (as well as lapel shape, especially with the DB peak lapels, some of which have more belly than others). Anyway, they mostly seem to fall between 4.5-5.5 inches in width. Do you gents have a 'perfect' lapel width? What appeals to your eye the most? Here are my favourite single and DB lapel looks - but I haven't measured these exact ones as yet. I will do, though, and report their width on here shortly!