Originally Posted by kingyouth
I can't remember what is going on Thursday or Friday, but Saturday is all sport coats and blazers 40%, as well as all dress trousers 40%.
That will be a huge day. Did you hear that from a store salesman? Today is cufflinks.
At this rate, what will be left in stock for the semi-annual sale??
Originally Posted by sho'nuff
im not sure if they do, they may offer the basic tailoring services for full retail purchased suits. lot of stores dont do complimentary tailoring for sale /clearance items.
also recut is not a basic tailoring service such as taking in the waist, altering the hems and sleeves.
Thanks sho'nuff. Do you think the trousers would still look respectable after a 2-3" recut? I want to keep the suit since I...
So I bought this suit, and will need to do a recut and take in 2-3" on the waist as the trousers are much too large. Will a BB tailor do this for free since I purchased it from them online? (I seem to recall that tailoring is complimentary with purchases of their suits).
I have searched through the old threads but every one seems to reference the elite, expensive tailors in this city. Does anyone know of someone who can do an adequate job on a suit and sportcoat while keeping the price relatively low (ie, no Oak Street, Despos, Gold Coast, etc)?
Originally Posted by Roark
It shouldn't be too bulky... I bought that coat specifically for a very tight form fit. Buy your correct size should be fine. The regent cut on that jacket is very flattering and cuts inward noticeably... should not be bulky.
The jacket is really warm with a very soft hand. I travel up and down the east coast and it has been more than enough thus far. I don't anticipate any warmth issues.
Thanks again, sir....
Originally Posted by Racove
all black Sorel 1964s. by far the best looking option in the snow boot category. its only $100. i might get a pair myself.
I agree and just picked up a pair of them in black myself.