My pants are kinda tight, right? - Page 2
Are these "suit separates?" Same fabric for jacket and pants by the same manufacturer? If so, just go buy the next size up for the pants. Also, what is the suit made of? Wool, cotton? Either way did you bother looking at the cleaning instructions before you threw the pants in the wash (and I assume the dryer too)?
Hi, got this pants to match the suit off the racks. Says its skinny cut though. It does fit my thighs and legs perfectly but It is kinda tight around the waist. If I go for a size larger my pants would be very baggy. For me its sort of uncomfortable when I sit. Is it possible if I were to bring it to a tailor for some adjustments around the waist/ buttocks region? Thanks!
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Thank you very much.
Dont hate! Its my first suit + Im still in high school , momma would'nt want to spend too much for a suit that she thinks I might only wear once or twice
Well ...at least the first few pictures didn't look as bad right？Ah well, Ill try my best to get an exchange for it. Thanks guys.
Btw, is a solid black knit tie going to look good on this suit?
Would you consider the trousers a bit short?
I think a lot of beginners (I know I did) make the "its a bargin" mistake when they first join.
If you bought the trousers at neiman's, nordstrom, saks, yeah you can return them. Try not to make a habit of it, especially if you have already washed them.
If you did not purchase at a "high end" store, try explaining to the associate that you thought you were old enough to dress yourself but you clearly made a mistake.
It's not always about price, getting clothes to fit you makes a huge difference. Browse the forum and the WAYWRN thread for ideas.
As has been suggested to you (strongly in some cases), yes, it does look pretty bad. I am extremely skeptical that sizing up will result in bagginess, but even if that works out, you unfortunately can't fix the jacket, which is too short and bordering on womanly. (the collar isn't great either, judging from the unbuttoned photos)
This had me
Then I started thinking of the Office where Steve Carell bought a women's suit and wore it to work.