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post #31 of 41
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I'm awaiting reply from Tom Ford so I do not want to add more fuel to the fire by posting pics & complicating things. I will taking photos of the sleeves for my own keepsake when I pick up my other altered garments next week. Damn I hate losing sleep over shit like this.
post #32 of 41
im skeptical of it even being that bad if you are refusing to post photos
post #33 of 41
I fail to see how posting pictures will complicate anything. It will not change any course of action you are currently taking.
post #34 of 41
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post #36 of 41

That's too sad with a Tom Ford suit. Hope it works out alright for you. Of course the tailor has to be really amazing to pull it off.

post #37 of 41
PICS!!!!!!!
post #38 of 41
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Originally Posted by CYstyle View Post

In that case it should not be difficult, the tailor just removes the previous sleeve, and attaches the new one which should already have the canvassing in place for the TF roped shoulder and the tailor wouldn't be doing the construction on the roping but just making sure he attaches the sleeve cleanly

This is wrong.
post #39 of 41
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Originally Posted by CYstyle View Post

In that case it should not be difficult, the tailor just removes the previous sleeve, and attaches the new one which should already have the canvassing in place for the TF roped shoulder and the tailor wouldn't be doing the construction on the roping but just making sure he attaches the sleeve cleanly

This is wrong.

It is so wrong it's humorous
post #40 of 41
if you bring a suit to a tailor and they ruin it, are they suppose to pay for the whole cost of the suit?
post #41 of 41
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if you bring a suit to a tailor and they ruin it, are they suppose to pay for the whole cost of the suit?

It's really going to depend on the degree of the mistake and the tailor. But I have never heard of a tailor paying for the whole suit.
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