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post #23491 of 37536
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post

Kim's in DC? Oh man, are they good? I just need a ham on my trousers.


Sorry Noodles, missed this yesterday. 

 

Yup, Kim's Custom is good as long as the work isn't too complex (not saying this isn't possible, but I haven't tested it). His little office smells like cigarettes, cat food and kimchee, but that's part of the charm...

post #23492 of 37536
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Originally Posted by sebastian mcfox View Post
 


Sorry Noodles, missed this yesterday. 

 

Yup, Kim's Custom is good as long as the work isn't too complex (not saying this isn't possible, but I haven't tested it). His little office smells like cigarettes, cat food and kimchee, but that's part of the charm...

I thut that was a joke but I've seen reviews that confirm this. LOL

I am taking my KW and Blue Plaid Formosa Trousers for hams to Sammy Lee in Capitol Hill. 

post #23493 of 37536
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

I thut that was a joke but I've seen reviews that confirm this. LOL

I am taking my KW and Blue Plaid Formosa Trousers for hams to Sammy Lee in Capitol Hill. 


I noticed the weird smell in his shop before I read the reviews then I immediately thought - that's exactly it! Thankfully nothing I've had altered has picked up eau de cat-chee

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Maybe I am having a picnic attack but let's go around the room and take a poll. 

I think I have a feminine figure. It could be the angle. I freaking hate this picture. 

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Edited by The Noodles - 5/14/15 at 7:56am
post #23495 of 37536
I think you need a pshrink.
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Between the terrible angle and cutting off the frame to make it look like you're wearing a skirt... you're not helping for sure.   I've seen pics of you in that suit from a normal angle and it looked great (I think that's your best, for sure)

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/\ agree

 

Take another photo Noodles, with everything from chin to shoes from at least chest height. Guarantee it will look better

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@noodles, I do not think we can appropriately comment on how feminine your figure is unless you also post a shot of you wearing a dress.  You should include your face in both pictures as well.  Once you do this, we'll answer your question.

post #23499 of 37536
That photo certainly draws the eye to your hips in an unflattering way. Hit the gym if it's really bothering you.
post #23500 of 37536
Nice rack, Noodles.
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Let's go around the room once more, gentlemen. 

I wouldn't mind wearing dresses come summer. 

 

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Before further alteration to shorten the trousers.

 

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Edited by The Noodles - 5/14/15 at 7:57am
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Quick someone save that picture!
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I know it's anathema to many on here, but I actually agree with you that the slimmed suit jacket waist makes for a feminine looking profile. The bottom one falls nicely from your chest, without too much flair at the hips and ass. The top one... looks like a Hillary Clinton pant suit if you only look from the chest down - sorry.
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Haha, picnic attack in 3..2..1...
post #23505 of 37536
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Originally Posted by The Noodles View Post
 

Let's go around the room once more, gentlemen. I wouldn't mind wearing dresses come summer. 

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Before further alteration to shorten the trousers.

 

The bottom pic looks fine dude, quit Noodling!

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