Originally Posted by mafoofan
Right, right--my stuff fits like garbage because my head is too big, I'm too short, and I don't have a personality. Oh, almost forgot, they didn't wad my shoulders with enough joy. That about it?
Maybe my shirts just suck, then. If I so much as hunch my shoulders or stand up particularly straight, the fabric pulls in different directions. If I don't tuck in evenly, more fabric pools up in some areas than others. And, yes, ironing can make a big difference, particularly if the fabric is a very crisp poplin.
I'm not saying the OP's shirt might not be terribly bad--I'm saying it's hard to tell based on the pictures posted.
I think it is clear from the pic, that the upper chest and area around the tie need to be addressed. IMO, that is not simply due to not primping before the pic. After a day of work, none of my custom shirts look like that. There is a difference between wrinkling, which is most noticeable in the sleeves and lower half of the shirt from being tucked all day and coming out through movement. I mean unless you do push ups or jumping jacks during the day, I don't see why the upper half of the shirt should be dramatically affected by pulling/wrinkling, etc.
But look, if this is the first shirt, it will get fixed, no doubt. Not all first shots are perfect. Some people have better luck than others. Hopefully the OP can take the various, specific comments back to Geneva so he can intelligently discuss what is off about the fit of the shirt.