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Hey guys,

does anyone know really good/chill tailors in boston or clothing makers?

not sure why my name was initially on here lulzs
Edited by Master Milano - 1/6/14 at 6:32pm
post #89597 of 109053
I really like when webshops have an "Outerwear" category rather than making me guess whether I want "Coats" or "Jackets".
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Speaking of tailors, is it blasphemy to have a tailor add a rear seam to an EG jacket to get rid of the back-tent effect? It fits great except for the way it juts out behind me from the midsection to the hem.
Warning: terrible, dimly lit cellphone mirror shots! (Click to show)
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I want to by Ms CWI some of the women's MMM high's on Ssense. They're ridiculous colors she'd never wear. I think I'm just projecting.
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So my shirts look to long or just regular depending on the pants I wear . I am unsure about my decission to tailr them now. (Click to show)

So My shirts look long or short depending on the pants im wearking. Its driving me nuts:brick:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

post #89601 of 109053
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

I want to by Ms CWI some of the women's MMM high's on Ssense. They're ridiculous colors she'd never wear. I think I'm just projecting.

I'm impatiently awaiting the release of three-strap velcro women's highs. Pretty sure the ladyfriend would be all about them.* fing02[1].gif


* Although I may also be, in reality, projecting.
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Notwithit - your tailor may be able to fix the back volume / balance by taking fabric in from the side seams. I wouldn't take it in too much, as that could leave the back really short.

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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

I really like when webshops have an "Outerwear" category rather than making me guess whether I want "Coats" or "Jackets".

this and one page checkout, hate going through multiple steps just to check out, no man walks alone is pretty much perfect and it remembers the last card i use (though other parts of the site I don't like like the loading items sup greg)
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I don't mind the distinction between coat and jackets category but don't like when items are placed in both redundantly. 

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need recommendations for a warm winter coat, warm as in being suitable for weather up to -20 f. preferably under $500. bonus points if it's not a box made of down feathers
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this and one page checkout, hate going through multiple steps just to check out, no man walks alone is pretty much perfect and it remembers the last card i use (though other parts of the site I don't like like the loading items sup greg)

One page checkouts weird me out. More ecommerce sites definitely need to cut things back though. Magento sites like NMWA tend to do it pretty well.
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Originally Posted by chinesealpha View Post

Notwithit - your tailor may be able to fix the back volume / balance by taking fabric in from the side seams. I wouldn't take it in too much, as that could leave the back really short.

Thanks. I hadn't thought about the effect on the back length, but that's a good call. I'll take it in and get her opinion on what she can do.
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need recommendations for a warm winter coat, warm as in being suitable for weather up to -20 f. preferably under $500. bonus points if it's not a box made of down feathers

Is staying warm your chief concern, which at that temp it should be. If so, probably better off getting something technical like Columbia, EMS, Arcteryx, or something. If you want to incorporate a bit more style you could look at the Veilance line from Arcteryx. You may also want to look at a Peacoat that is super heavy or something like an old school rancher's shearling coat. I don't any anything technical, but I own the last two, and while each one weighs about ten pounds, they are the warmest things I won hands down.
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