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post #46 of 52
You may reduce the divots and the wrinkles under the collar by letting out a bit from the center seam. You also need to let out the waist from both sides to reduce the wrinkles on your waist.
Did you tell the tailor you need a "slim suit"? If you did, try not say that again.
post #47 of 52
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Originally Posted by Maccimus View Post

You may reduce the divots and the wrinkles under the collar by letting out a bit from the center seam. You also need to let out the waist from both sides to reduce the wrinkles on your waist.
Did you tell the tailor you need a "slim suit"? If you did, try not say that again.


thats what i thoguht too.. letting out the center seam would help with teh side divots.. but i know nothing of tailoring.  it probably wouldn't do much about the divots on top of the shoulders though huh?

 

i believe i told the tailor i want something of an "athletic cut" suit. whatever that means....

 

something that would accentuate my more athlethic physique???

post #48 of 52
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Originally Posted by wbb2 View Post

Day 1 pm : first trial. they had part of the suit complete ( 1 sleeve, etc. ).  However, the color of the royal blue fabric i chose i was not happy with, so i insisted that they scrap the suit and change the color to navy blue. I asked if i need to come in for more fittings and htey said no, they'll replicate based on the royal blue fitting. 

I find this hilarious for some reason.
post #49 of 52
1. Keep the suit
2. Only wear it Vegas
3. In a dark bar
4. After midnight
5. Where everyone else is drunk
6. No one will notice
post #50 of 52

I think you will be fine if you let the suit out just a little but. You have a problem I have, bigger triceps. Looking at your pictures your triceps stick out a lot past your shoulder. Its a tough thing to get right on suits, but having the shoulder go just a little bit beyond your natural should line, if the suit is made correctly will help. But for this suit if you like the style just get it taken out a little bit, it will help on the divoting caused by the chest being too tight and the undesired pulling.

post #51 of 52
Wbb, you may have confused Baron Kay with Lee Baron?
post #52 of 52
"I find this hilarious for some reason".
+1. WOW!
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