I have a question concerning a pair of rivet chinos I just ordered: Does the amount of excess fabric included along the rear seam allow for letting out the seat enough to fix the tightness exhibited in the pictures below, or should I order the next size up?
I am hesitant to immediately size up because I think the thighs fit well on this pair. Is it possible to have the tailor thin the thigh opening? I have been searching the forums for alterations tapering from the crotch to the the knee and have not found much (I'm assuming this is much rarer than tapering from the knee to the leg opening.)
These are size 31 and are clearly too tight in the seat, as seen in the back and the front. Note how the fly does not lie flat, and there is significant puckering, as well as the pockets slightly flare out.
Edited by Rhodes112 - 3/20/13 at 4:00pm