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Originally Posted by aglose View Post


I know for shirts it is better to send one in for Luxire to replicate based on adjustments, but is this the best way to do it for pants as well? 

I plan on doing this at some point. I've heard from many that that's the best way … just make sure you like the fit of the one you send in. The more you try to change the less likely you'll like the outcome.
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Originally Posted by macjedi View Post


I plan on doing this at some point. I've heard from many that that's the best way … just make sure you like the fit of the one you send in. The more you try to change the less likely you'll like the outcome.


I was thinking the only difference I would like is a slimmer leg opening. 

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Originally Posted by aglose View Post


I was thinking the only difference I would like is a slimmer leg opening. 

That's not a problem. Just to be safe I'd specify from the knee down if you're good with the width above there. I'd just avoid making any really big adjustments your first time.
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Aglose, id try jcrew as well. I have a few of their wool pants and they're very nice.
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Yes, always send in your trousers. So much easier, and it'll save you a lot of money.

I'd say the same goes for shirts.
Edited by Monkeyface - 3/11/15 at 3:50am
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Fudge, I almost had a heart attack yesterday. 

My performance review is tomorrow afternoon and I am the last person in the line.

So I started thinking, why am I last? Am I being fired? 

Then I asked my #2 and asked when his was and it was right before me. 

I guess you can call that a picnic attack. 

1 suit from the bonus because wife claimed a freaking purse (I should purge her). 

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So you were still last? lol. 

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Fudge, I almost had a heart attack yesterday. 
My performance review is tomorrow afternoon and I am the last person in the line.
So I started thinking, why am I last? Am I being fired? 
Then I asked my #2 and asked when his was and it was right before me. 
I guess you can call that a picnic attack. 
1 suit from the bonus because wife claimed a freaking purse (I should purge her). 

Life with you must be a roller coaster ride full of picnic attacks.
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I like to imagine his reactions as this:

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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

1 suit from the bonus because wife claimed a freaking purse (I should purge her). 

Of course the most important question to ask is what suit will you get. This is SF, after all.
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Oh, and Noodles, do NOT under any circumstances encourage your wife to join PurseForum.
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Originally Posted by archibaldleach View Post

Of course the most important question to ask is what suit will you get. This is SF, after all.

A barely worn grey flannel at about 50% off if he has any brains in that Noodle of his.
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Just ploughed through all 1340 pages of this thread. Thanks to everyone involved for an informative, amusing (and occasionally terrifying) read

 

 :lurk: 

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Thread Starter 
Murl's suit, unless the choice is between Murl's suit and B&T
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Murl's suit, unless the choice is between Murl's suit and B&T

Yep.
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