All the other ones are too hard to tell. In the 50's, 60's and 70's the general silhouettes were quite similar in Europe (At least I think they were). Add to that a much larger number of bespoke tailors, all with different influences, and you'll have a hard time to tell which garment is from which country!
Yes, this round is even tougher than the last. Also I think there are regional allegiances. For example, I think Dutch cutters tend towards being closer to the German style. Cutters from places like Belgium are going to follow either French style, or be like the Dutch (Flemish is just a dialect of Dutch) and tend towards a more Germanic style. Danish journals seems to overlap in content with the German ones too. So you can see a Latin vs Germanic split in style going through Europe.
One hint for this round: don't just think of European countries!