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post #86251 of 109053
Yes (not medically diagnosed)

it will be hard for anyone to meet me. i've never left the internet before
post #86252 of 109053
I might be down
post #86253 of 109053
speaking of tailoring, how risky would it be to have the sleeves slimmed on a lined flannel jacket? a few awful tailor experiences scared me away from the whole thing, but now that i'm in a new city with a new crop of tailors, i'm thinking about trying it again
post #86254 of 109053
Shouldn't be difficult you just have to know what you want but than again I've only gone to two tailors and I keep going back to them.
post #86255 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

speaking of tailoring, how risky would it be to have the sleeves slimmed on a lined flannel jacket? a few awful tailor experiences scared me away from the whole thing, but now that i'm in a new city with a new crop of tailors, i'm thinking about trying it again

I had this done and due to the heaviness of the wool (fox flannel), they are a bit too slim and not particularly flexible. Need to get them let out again :/
post #86256 of 109053
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Originally Posted by el Bert View Post

Did someone here win these Junya?


you're an eBay animal
post #86257 of 109053
Don't slim sleeves. I am sure it is minor. If it is that big of a deal, return the jacket.
post #86258 of 109053
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Originally Posted by gettoasty View Post

return the jacket.

about that...

edit: you're right though it's not that bad
Edited by Bam!ChairDance - 11/6/13 at 7:14pm
post #86259 of 109053
Do it just account for elbow flex and tell them not to cut anything so you can reverse it if they fuck it up
post #86260 of 109053
B!CD, I wish I never took my jacket in to have the sleeves altered. Learn from my mistake! Time to go home and see if my new jacket fits .
post #86261 of 109053
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Originally Posted by GoldenTribe View Post

Doesn't help you any, but I had a pair of suit trousers taken in at Magic Tailor in Toronto, which has universally positive reviews, and they did a really sloppy job with ugly stitching that doesn't even look as though it has any point and an obvious gap.
I would be more than furious if it weren't in the crotch of the trousers where attention hopefully will not be focused in a business setting, but I will never take anything to that place again, and I'm not sure what I'm going to do with the next thing I need altered.

Yeah, I took a couple pairs of pants there for hems but didn't like the vibe so never went back again. Saw him outfitting a few other people and that was it.
Now I use Studio Kim. King and Niagara area, so Queen West. I prefer to deal with Kim (Miss Kim?) directly. She actually has tailoring experience and knows what you're talking about. Not cheap, not too expensive either, pretty much always nails the fit. Plenty of SF guys coming in and out and piles of clothes from SF approved brands on the racks.
post #86262 of 109053
Really digging this shade of blue (slate) with the black zips, but too close to my viscose one me thinks




Layered evening jacket also has my interest, wish it wasn't navy


post #86263 of 109053
Damn, this site is a drug. Makes me procrastinate, and spend more money on superfluous stuff. Not very productive. Despite what people say, you're never done amassing clothes. Can I get a temporary ban?
post #86264 of 109053
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you're an eBay animal

I just do random searches when I got time to burn and I find a lot of this stuff but I usually just bookmark it all on my phone.
post #86265 of 109053
Am I the only one who really, really dislikes mixing blue with black? I never do it, and usually dislike when I see it. Does not help that I am slightly colorblind.
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