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Help with dress shirt

post #1 of 3
Thread Starter 
Hey yall,

I'm here for some advice. I just got a job at a bank and I've never had to dress up in my life until now. I tried to get the shirt that fit me best, but I'm still not sure. Do y'all think I need to have this shirt tailored? Thanks







post #2 of 3

Hi,

 

Congrats on the new job.

 

Is the shirt made to measure or bought on a store?

 

If the second:

 

I think is ok-good on the breast, would need to take in from the back, doing pleats

would reduce the bulk on the back.

 

Sleeves are out of pitch, technical word to describe when the sleeves to twist on them as on your case, but that is not a mayor issue if you just want to dress ok for the work.

 

Sleeves got the proper length for dress on jacket.

 

So I guess is passable

post #3 of 3
Thread Starter 
Thanks. I bought this shirt at Dillard's. I won't be wearing a jacket so that's why I wanted to make sure it fitted correctly. Appreciate your help
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Originally Posted by SartodiNapoli View Post

Hi,

Congrats on the new job.

Is the shirt made to measure or bought on a store?

If the second:

I think is ok-good on the breast, would need to take in from the back, doing pleats
would reduce the bulk on the back.

Sleeves are out of pitch, technical word to describe when the sleeves to twist on them as on your case, but that is not a mayor issue if you just want to dress ok for the work.

Sleeves got the proper length for dress on jacket.

So I guess is passable
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