What exactly do you mean by that? Photos?
Hong Kong tailors - A Man Hing Cheong vs. Y William Yu - Page 7
i would like to ask for some insights on the fitting of the first picture of the brown sports jacket from william yu, as i will visit his shop in december. on the first picture, left and right of the lower part of the lapel, you can see that the cloth/suit is somewhat wavy, leaning inside. this actually got worse since i started wearing it. i wonder what is the reason for it. i usually don't wear anything in my breastpockets, nor in the outer pockets.
is that bad canvassing of the tailor? if so, can i ask them to change it? can the tailor avoid that somehow on the next jacket?
i have another question on the very first pics of the AMHC suit: the pants have lots of wrinkles in the middle after a day of work. is that also a sign of bad tailoring? does that mean the pants are too tight around the hip? or too high up? or too low? how can i avoid that? in fact, i have many pants with that problem.
appreciate opinions, especially from the technical specialists here!
Y. William Yu is connected with the Hong Kong store, but it is now run as a separate business. Peter Yu left Hong Kong and opened a store in Shanghai a few years ago, and that is also separate. After Peter left, Andy took over the Mody Road store, which I gather has moved since my last visit to HK.