I just received my first Outlier gear.. got the Slim Dungarees in 30. I usually wear 31 size pants but the 31 was weirdly baggy in the crotch area for me, so I stuck with the 30s. Anyway, as much as I love them, the pants are perhaps 2 inches too long in the inseam. I'm fine with cuffing them up a little since I like the look anyway, but I was wondering if this was bad for the interior lining? I wore them a few times like this and them seem to get very wrinkled and disheveled looking at the leg opening. Another reason I'm a little hesitant about having them hemmed is that I'm not around any reputable tailors at the moment... a little anxious letting someone I don't know well try to mess around with this fabric. Is this fear justified?? Thanks for any feedback
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If you're not around a good tailor at the moment, you can also do what many fashion stylists do on photoshoots and use safety pins to cuff them. You pull the cuff inside / underneath and then attach a safety pin to the hem of the pants and then also to the inside, side seam (the part that sticks out on the inside) of the pants. Hope that makes sense.
With you on that- hopefully they'll be re-uping more colors before too long, hoping for the indigo and copper. i know we'll see that blacktint green in the chinos, i think those will look much better on the 60/30s than the Slims.