I'm new to all this, so bear with me here...
I'm 18 and headed off to college and internships and all of that nonsense. I have three slim-fit suits that I have acquired through high school. One is black with flat fronts and a peak lapel, the others I got for free through Men's Wearhouse. The MW suits are both pleated.
All three jackets fit very well, but the pants all are way too long. The flat fronts were off-the-rack and have never seen a tailor. The MW suits were hemmed in-store but still look like they were made for someone much taller (not an easy feat, I'm 6'5").
I'm definitely taking all three pairs of pants into a tailor, and I'm getting the flat front pants hemmed with little to no break. However I'm stumped as to what to do with the pleated pants. I'm leaning towards cuffs, but how should I ask for them? I think having no break in pants is a good look, but does it work with cuffs? Is it outdated to angle the cuff so it hits closer further down in the back and not as much in the front?
Any advice is good advice at this point. Thanks, guys!