Originally Posted by edmorel
Thats a lot of suits in a short period of time. I can see why they make so many mistakes.
The problem is that they have only a few cutters, so they probably leave most of the work to the making tailors without further control.
With so many orders to fulfil it's no wonder they hesitate or refuse to do alterations or re-cuts.
The "wear it for a while" is a pretty slick move.
If the owner of such a garment is wearing it long enough he either gets used to the "fit" or has met enough people who "like" it (after they heard the tailor's name, that is
I still think that at A&S they have problems to serve those men with "disproportionate figures", which in their case is either one with a full chest or wider hips, especially when those demand a tapered waist.