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It's been in SF within the last few years. I didn't bother to find it. Nevertheless, it is well worth re-posting.
An excellent tailor might be able to fix it if there is extra fabric in the right place(s)BTW, the button closing and chest both seem a bit snug as well.
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De gustibus non est disputandem.
It probably is NWT. I recently bought a sportcoat online that is from 2007.All tags are attached and pockets sewn shut and cuff biuttons unattached.The store in New York from which it came went out of business a few yearsago and their stock still shows up brand new on the internet.
Get a skilled tailor. "Your dry cleaner seamstress" has ruined several of my garments which seemd to be no braineralterations with brath taking imcompetence.
To start, looks too big.
Try Winston Tailors:( Chipp) https://local.yahoo.com/info-11081909-winston-tailors-chipp-new-york?viewtype=map Ivy and Ivy -derived distinctive clothing. MTM quite affordable. http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/05/27/a-tailor-who-caters-to-a-certain-taste/ http://www.styleforum.net/t/66819/winston-tailors-chipp
Despite its' subtlety as to almost be invisible, to a purist like me it violates the SF Paradigm's admonitionagainst "matchy- matchy"
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