In the last 3 month's I've made drastic changes to my life. I've cut my body fat percentage from 26% to 18% right now. As a side effect non of my clothes fit. So I'm buying some new ones. Some of those are going to be Jantzen shirts, but I also have a few shirts I just don't want to lose. What can be done for these shirts. Some of them are OK shirts but not custom made, I love the look and feel of them though. If I bring them in to be tailored am I going to get laughed out of the store? I also landed a new job, one that will require me dressing classy every day... so you'll see a lot of me to come...
Congratulations. Only you can judge how much you love your existing shirts but I would suggest waiting for your first Jantzen shirt to arrive, because once you learn the quality and the fit of a semi "made-to-measure" garment, you will never look back and you may think it will not be worth the money and effort to get your existing shirts altered. I might also add that the shirts that I have altered in the past do not fit me nearly as well as my Jantzen shirts. For me, I have ordered more Jantzen shirts after receiving my first test shirt, and will be selling ALL my old shirts (except four dunhill' shirts and two Charles Tyrwhitt shirts which fit me well). Perhaps you'll find yourself doing the same thing
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