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post #19966 of 37392
Noodles, start wearing the damn suit. Even without alterations it looks better than your beaters. Get work done on it while its not being used during the summer.
post #19967 of 37392
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Originally Posted by Murlsquirl View Post

That is going to look great after some tailoring....you dummy. Crop your damn feet out next time!
It was my intention to show everyone my sexy Naked feet.
post #19968 of 37392
I will drop them off as soon as I can. My goal is to wear them in March! I am just going to shorten the jacket sleeves and the pants w/ 2" hams
post #19969 of 37392
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

I will drop them off as soon as I can. My goal is to wear them in March! I am just going to shorten the jacket sleeves and the pants w/ 2" hams

 

Two-inch hams?

 

Very fashion forward indeed.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

post #19970 of 37392
Here's hoping for a quick turnaround at Field's, Noodles.
post #19971 of 37392
Fields is about a month wait. I will take them to a neighborhood tailor. I also see videos on hamming your own pants at home...sounds like it could turn into a disaster...
post #19972 of 37392
A month? That is ridiculous.
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Fields is about a month wait. I will take them to a neighborhood tailor. I also see videos on hamming your own pants at home...sounds like it could turn into a disaster...

 

Any tailor can hem your trousers and shorten your sleeves. My local drycleaner has a 2 day turnaround, and it's just as good as when I drop it off at the Savile Row tailor, so I only go to the SR one for very complicated tailoring.

post #19974 of 37392
That thing needs a little touch up in he chest/waist, Noodles. Just get it done right the first time.
post #19975 of 37392

The thread lives on!

post #19976 of 37392
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Fields is about a month wait. I will take them to a neighborhood tailor. I also see videos on hamming your own pants at home...sounds like it could turn into a disaster...


I took a suit to Fields last week for some pretty serious alterations and he quoted 1.5-3 weeks. I suppose timing would vary depending on the job. 

post #19977 of 37392

I can't believe that there's just one good tailor in all of D.C....

post #19978 of 37392
I can't believe you can't believe that
post #19979 of 37392
Field's is worth the wait. I average 2-3 weeks for major jacket surgery
post #19980 of 37392
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

EPIC FAIL - The Pants Fit baldy[1].gif
I will be the first to say it.
Noodles is an idiot stupid dumb@ss.
I guess I never tried on the pants and just assumed that pants that were labeled 52 were too big for me and needed major work done before I can wear them. I punched myself in the face after trying them on. See for yourselves



Does this mean you are going to wear the clothes you already have? This is a nice looking suit, wear it in good health.
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