Demand that Chan not only do the alteration but pay for two way shipping. Also demand that they comp the suit.
Seriously, don't be petty. Just get it done locally on your dime. It costs less than the shipping, insurance, and time.
The coat is too short. The whole look is skimpy.
The accordion wrinkling on the sleeves is due to lack of a lining. This is a good example of carrying too far the mania for unlined coats. There is a reason for linings.
As to buying separate collars, here is my experience.
I tried them. I got it of my system.
Unless you have the collar highly starched and polished, a soft detachable collar will look no different from a regular one. The old world...
The man to contact is David Hober.
I would not think that a pull would not be repairable on a grenadine. It is a knit. I think that re-weavering would apply solely suiting cloths, e.g., worsteds, flannels, etc.
Incidentally, in Mr....
Quote:Originally Posted by Uncle Ernie
Do you have any problems finding the right cloth for your shirt repairs or do you keep some extra cloth around fromthe original batch so you can have them recollared/recuffed?
Quote:Originally Posted by stubloom For those of you that use a professional shirt laundry, I advise the Rule of 7: 7 in the closet, 7 in the laundry hamper, and 7 at the cleaners.
How did I come up with this?
About 20 years ago,...
You also have to consider shipping cost and the possibility of damage/loss in transit.
The lining is very nice. I have some similar color combinations.
I would keep it. The only time that I have ever relined a coat is when I have...