Damn, how does one get invited to such things? Those boots are so nice but I told myself no more shoes...kind of hoping they sell out of my size so I don't have to think about it. $75 is incredible for those though.
Thanks, I was afraid that might be the case. I asked them to drop the button stance during the first fitting but perhaps not enough. Is it possible to take the skirt in to try and remove some of the hourglass-ness? My fear is that just removing the waist suppression will make it look like a sack.
Had some more shirts made with Thomas Mason fabric a few months ago, really like the way these turned out.
Also had a blazer made, but it feels...off. Sleeves are obviously a little long. I wanted it slim but the waist suppression forms an hourglass silhouette that I'm not really into. I'm ok with the jacket length and lapel width...I know that isn't everyone's cup of tea here. Any ideas on what to suggest?