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post #16 of 19

I apologize for bringing this thread up again, but does the same apply to unconstructed blazers? I've lost about 40lbs and there are some boglioli's in my closet that I really don't want to let go. I was between a 44 and 42 now I wear size 40. Can alterations be done? Thank you


Edited by TF007 - 11/10/12 at 1:28pm
post #17 of 19
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I apologize for bringing this thread up again, but does the same apply to unconstructed blazers? I've lost about 40lbs and there are some boglioli's in my closet that really don't want to let go. I was between a 44 and 42 now I wear size 40. Can alterations be done? Thank you

That doesn't sound like a very risky operation. Worth giving a try.
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by TF007 View Post

I apologize for bringing this thread up again, but does the same apply to unconstructed blazers? I've lost about 40lbs and there are some boglioli's in my closet that I really don't want to let go. I was between a 44 and 42 now I wear size 40. Can alterations be done? Thank you

Possibly - only a tailor will know for sure once he sees it
post #19 of 19
Ralph Lauren once did it for me for $40. I was surprised at how cheap it was, but I didn't argue. It came out well other than the fact they forgot a pin IN the shoulder... so I had to take it back to be taken out.
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