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post #4231 of 5202
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Nope. No outlet of extra cloth to work from in shirts
post #4232 of 5202
If you have darts, you can let them out.

Otherwise, no.
post #4233 of 5202
would moving the buttons a small amount work?
post #4234 of 5202
Depends where you need the extra room and how much extra room you need. Try, nothing to lose


moving the buttons on the front will create an awkward looking shirt as everything is centered.
post #4235 of 5202
Happy New Year!
My winter coat flares out at the bottom, I guess it's not normal? but fixable?
Size smaller still flares out but in a less pronounced way. Thanks!

http://i.imgur.com/IHCcspd.jpg
Edited by hombreingwar - 1/5/14 at 3:15pm
post #4236 of 5202
Not much to go on from one side view that doesn't reveal much. Most often flaring of the skirt is related to balance issues but I think this one would improve by reducing the hip area of the coat. Coat balance looks like it has both a short front and back balance. Not 100% certain from the one picture provided
post #4237 of 5202
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post

Not much to go on from one side view that doesn't reveal much. Most often flaring of the skirt is related to balance issues but I think this one would improve by reducing the hip area of the coat. Coat balance looks like it has both a short front and back balance. Not 100% certain from the one picture provided
Thank you, I updated the photo (added frontal and the other side photo)
post #4238 of 5202

What does the jacket do when it's unbuttoned? Can you get pics of that?

post #4239 of 5202
Very short front balance. Proper fix is to open side seams, drop the back (shortening it) about 1 1/2" (maybe more). Reducing the front only at the side seams to take out excess cloth. If you only reduce the fronts and not shift the side seams the front will fly away more than it does already. You have a very low right shoulder that is contributing to the flare. That's why the left flares more than the right side.
post #4240 of 5202

anyone know a good tailor in NYC for a peacoat. Billy reid Bond Peacoat

post #4241 of 5202

Gentleman, this is the final produck of my recent bespoke commision. Any feedback and suggestion will be very appreciated.

 

 

 

post #4242 of 5202

No expert, but the trousers look a little short for the width of the ankle opening.

post #4243 of 5202

Yes, little short imo, and you have a forward stance which hasn't been accounted for, which is causing the ripples and trousers to catch on front of thigh

post #4244 of 5202
Renzi, trousers need adjusting but are you wearing braces on the trousers in this picture?
post #4245 of 5202
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post

Renzi, trousers need adjusting but are you wearing braces on the trousers in this picture?

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Originally Posted by tcbrgs View Post
 

Yes, little short imo, and you have a forward stance which hasn't been accounted for, which is causing the ripples and trousers to catch on front of thigh

I do wear braces with this trousers. What kind of adjustment should I asked for? I have pretty big thigh. Maybe that's the problem?

 

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Originally Posted by Terpo View Post
 

No expert, but the trousers look a little short for the width of the ankle opening.

Yeah, I like the no break look, so maybe I'll lengthen it just a smidge. 1 cm perhaps? My friend suggested me to ask for slanted hem and I think it's a good solution

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