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I take my usual Euro size (44). So I size up from CP/Buttero
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I take my usual Euro size (44). So I size up from CP/Buttero


Thanks. And presumably size down if I'm in between sizes?

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I'm in your bushes, wearing your Schneider (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

Stephan Schneider Banner jacket

Schneider adjacent sweater

Geller type 2 jeans

Buttero baby calf Taninos

 

styled and photographed by @coolron the other day

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Minotaur wrinkles jacket

GRP bubble stitch crewneck

Geller tencel flight pants

Geller x CP hi-tops

 

styled by @willy cheesesteak and shot by @coolron

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"Oh potted plants, how did you get so hilarious?" —@conceptual 4est
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Minotaur looks killer there. Great look
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To all the veterans here, when you have your tailor alter trouser inseams, does he measure and mark only one of the hems and match up the other hem or does he measure and mark both legs hems.

Thanks!
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To all the veterans here, when you have your tailor alter trouser inseams, does he measure and mark only one of the hems and match up the other hem or does he measure and mark both legs hems.

Thanks!
I have them mark both, but I usually ask/say up front since my legs are noticeably different lengths.
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To all the veterans here, when you have your tailor alter trouser inseams, does he measure and mark only one of the hems and match up the other hem or does he measure and mark both legs hems.

Thanks!
Both usually would be the case
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My tailor only ever marks one and he seems to get the job done.
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To all the veterans here, when you have your tailor alter trouser inseams, does he measure and mark only one of the hems and match up the other hem or does he measure and mark both legs hems.

Thanks!


Both is key if you have any sort of leg length discrepancy.

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If they are marking one why not mark the other?
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If you know both legs are equal, one is fine. Like DLJr, one of mine is shorter, as they usually measure the longer, I just say the other one x shorter. Really no use wasting time...
(Next I will have the heels of the shorter leg raised a bit. Why? Hip issues unavoidable otherwise.)
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To all the veterans here, when you have your tailor alter trouser inseams, does he measure and mark only one of the hems and match up the other hem or does he measure and mark both legs hems.

Thanks!
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