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post #16 of 18
Slimmest shirts RTW I have ever seen are from "ňúVintage' labeled shirts from Ben Sherman, yes obviously the quality is not up to par with most of the other shirt makers mentioned on the forum, but the fit is really, really slim. Jon. I have to agree with Bryce that taking the sides in, will look a lot better and make the shirt look more bespoke than if darts are used.
post #17 of 18
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I found Ted Baker shirts to be rather baggy. 15.5 had perhaps a 48" chest. Maybe they have different cuts for different stores.
That must be the case, because my Ted Baker shirt (the only one I have) is very slim cut. I wear a 36 jacket, and my 15-38 Ted Baker is probably no more then 38 inches in the chest. I got mine at their boutique in San Francisco, so perhaps those are cut much slimmer then the ones made for the department stores?
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I found Ted Baker shirts to be rather baggy. 15.5 had perhaps a 48" chest. Maybe they have different cuts for different stores.
That must be the case, because my Ted Baker shirt (the only one I have) is very slim cut. I wear a 36 jacket, and my 15-38 Ted Baker is probably no more then 38 inches in the chest. I got mine at their boutique in San Francisco, so perhaps those are cut much slimmer then the ones made for the department stores?
definitely. I tried on Ted Baker suits at Saks and they were like pillows on my chest and back, and I too wear a 36 jacket.
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