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post #3076 of 3209

LOL!!! The pants length and sleeve length are hilarious. I didn't get past them.

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post #3077 of 3209
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LOL!!! The pants length and sleeve length are hilarious. I didn't get past them.

 

It was rough going putting it on. My friend taking the photo had a right laugh. 

post #3078 of 3209

I got 2 shirts made by them. The quality of the fabric is less than desirable. really thin and not worth the price.

post #3079 of 3209

Hey

 

How much should the difference between the armhole size for shirt and the armhole size for jacket?

 

Jacket armhole should be bigger, but how much?

post #3080 of 3209

It depends on your body and preferences. There's no specific answer.

post #3081 of 3209
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I got 2 shirts made by them. The quality of the fabric is less than desirable. really thin and not worth the price.

 

I bought a few shirts from them too. IMO, the quality is on par with that of most "brick and mortar" stores (Brook's Brothers and others), but they fit A LOT better. IMO, the "premium" shirts are better than what I usually see in stores. I bought them during promotions, so the prices weren't bad.

post #3082 of 3209

Do you have an "average" difference? Whats your preference for example? I have no idea.

post #3083 of 3209

why all there sportscoats single vent? facepalm.gif

post #3084 of 3209

Hi all! Sorry if this has been asked before, but I only read about 35 pages of this mega thread.


Just received my first Indochino suit. The fit is not bad, but the buttons are crap. I bought the entry line "Essential Gray" 3 Piece, and every single button on the jacket (front 2 and 8 sleeve) and the vest (front 5) are either chipped/discolored or cracked. I'm guessing it's just due to the cheapness of the black buttons. I've already emailed them about this, but has anybody experienced this before? Am I just being too sensitive? 


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why all there sportscoats single vent? facepalm.gif

 

Those are just the samples on the website - you can have them made however you want. Single, or double, or even none if you like. 

post #3086 of 3209
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Originally Posted by chip3341 View Post

Hi all! Sorry if this has been asked before, but I only read about 35 pages of this mega thread.


Just received my first Indochino suit. The fit is not bad, but the buttons are crap. I bought the entry line "Essential Gray" 3 Piece, and every single button on the jacket (front 2 and 8 sleeve) and the vest (front 5) are either chipped/discolored or cracked. I'm guessing it's just due to the cheapness of the black buttons. I've already emailed them about this, but has anybody experienced this before? Am I just being too sensitive? 


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I haven't seen that before. Take pictures of the chipped buttons, and send them to the customer service email address. Ask them if you can apply the $75 alteration credit to buying replacement buttons and having a tailor sew them on. I'm not sure if they'll agree to that, but who knows?

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Originally Posted by chip3341 View Post

Hi all! Sorry if this has been asked before, but I only read about 35 pages of this mega thread.



Just received my first Indochino suit. The fit is not bad, but the buttons are crap. I bought the entry line "Essential Gray" 3 Piece, and every single button on the jacket (front 2 and 8 sleeve) and the vest (front 5) are either chipped/discolored or cracked. I'm guessing it's just due to the cheapness of the black buttons. I've already emailed them about this, but has anybody experienced this before? Am I just being too sensitive? 



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Just got my "essential gray" remake today and have a similar issue, though only on one button. The front top button has a fairly thick/prominent white line going through it. At first glance it looks like the button is cracked or broken, but it's just a discoloration. Definitely plan on replacing the button... annoying.
post #3088 of 3209

Hey Guys

 

Would you help me to adjust measurements?

Here some pictures of my indochino suit:

 

 

 

 

post #3089 of 3209
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Hey Guys

Would you help me to adjust measurements?
Here some pictures of my indochino suit:

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Free advice so you get what you pay for...I can't tell if the shoulders are wide or if it I am seeing a shadow. Personally, I'd lengthen the right sleeve about a quarter inch and lengthen the pants, unless you're going for the modern short look. Maybe a wee slimming of the waist and hips of the jacket. If the shoulders are good, the these other things are simple at your local tailor.
post #3090 of 3209

Thank you for fast answer. What do you think about the jacket length? is it to long?

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