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Charvet RTW shirts - alteration question

post #1 of 5
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Everyone has their addictions. I admit it, I have a weakness for Charvet. I am lost when ever I go to Paris but I know how to find Place Vendome!

I saw some RTW Charvet at Saks and Bergdorf and they are truly beautiful shirts. They are cut fuller for the American market (good for me) but when I tried the shirt on, I noticed the cuffs were quite snug. My watch just barely fit under the cuff. Believe me, my wrists are not that big. I have purchased Hilditch and Key RTW shirts and the cuffs width is fine even after many washings.

I know that sleeves can be shortened but can the cuffs be loosened?
post #2 of 5
you could perhaps have the placement of the cuff button re-positioned to allow for a bit more room....
post #3 of 5
You can actually buy Charvet RTW online: http://www.couturelab.com/catalog/Clothing-1010-1-.html
post #4 of 5
move the button.
post #5 of 5
Yes, very simple alteration, a perfect DIY project.

You can do the same for the collar, to let out a bit if it's too tight.
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