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If I actually knew the process, I could do it myself.
You all might have bought a shirt where there is too much fabric around your bicep and forearm, is there any method to sew in the shirt sleeve width around the biceps and forearm? And if so, how is this done?
I suppose if you buy it with rubber sole, any leather sole shoe is not good for snow and bad weather.
Yes, indeed this thread needs an update.
This.
I wouldn't have it even if it was free.
Not even one roll up?Oh well, what do you think about this idea then:Buy 2" too long, then I can cuff it up when needed, but also hide the fabric on the inside for the uncuffed style.
Don't like graphics at all. However, if you suddenly focused on selling plain t shirts in different colors, you would have steep competition from brands like J.Crew and others.
Can you roll up already cuffed chinos? Just wondering, before I buy someone online.
I''ve an inseam length of "30, and I was thinking on doing this with my next pair of chino: Buy a chino with "32 length, then I can cuff it up when needed, but also hide the fabric on the inside for the uncuffed style. Opinions?
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