I won't name the maker as yet, because I don't want to slag someone off for something that is not considered a problem by experienced jacket buyers.
I had a jacket made overseas in the UK (I was measured by a local tailor) and there were some major flaws in fit that had to be rectified by said local tailor.
These included shoulder width; had to be narrowed at least 1.5".
That is unfortunate, but can be put down to a possible mis-measurement at this end.
However, my main complaint is that my right pocket sits 1/4" higher than the left one.
I saw it before I measured it, and yet the maker claims not to see it (photo sent).
I will take and send more photos, including ones with a measuring tape.
I'm completely new to suits and suit jackets and so;
Am I out of line here?
cross posted over at Fedora Lounge