I bought these a few months ago when they were on sale. My office is business casual so I usually wear them with navy or forest green chinos. I also think they`d work well with a navy suit worn casually with no tie.
Wondering if a tailor can fix these sleeves by adding a fifth button and an inch or so of length. This shirt's sleeves are a bit too long, making the suit's appear even shorter. I really like how the suit feels otherwise. It seems to accommodate my sloping right shoulder more naturally than most others I've tried.
I'm a bit lost here. The first two pics are a Lazio 40L, the other two are a 40R. I like how the 40L looks from the front, but there seems to be far too much fabric in the back making it wrinkle and drape unnaturally. The 40R looks much better in that respect, and it feels great, but those sleeves look hopelessly short. I'm tempted to add another button to add an inch to the sleeves, but I'm not sure that would be adequate. Any suggestions?
What's the verdict on making minor adjustments to sleeve length when you have surgeon cuffs? I tried a 40R Napoli and the sleeves are about 0.75 inches too short. Is this tailorable without messing with the shoulder?