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post #17911 of 33125
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My problem/concern is that I am wider around my chest than around my waist. I would assume this is the case with most people? e.g. the BB extra slim fit is perfect around my chest, but it is baggy around my waist. Is this only remedied by darting or could it have been made differently?

I have about a 10.5" drop (41.5"->31"...uncommon I know, cue the dumb comments but w/e idgaf) and the modern tailor shirts, after some tweaking and a few practice shirts, worked out great. So you should be fine there. 

post #17912 of 33125
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Originally Posted by JBMarce21 View Post

I have about a 10.5" drop (41.5"->31"...uncommon I know, cue the dumb comments but w/e idgaf) and the modern tailor shirts, after some tweaking and a few practice shirts, worked out great. So you should be fine there. 

I have a few shirts from them, and they suffer from the same problem (and other problems) where the waist is a lot baggier, despite my giving them my measurements.

 

The fabric has been really flimsy. It looks wrinkly even after I iron it. They don't seem to use the measurements I give them, and they don't speak English well enough to discuss them after.

 

I'm hopeful that the shirt being made at http://www.yelp.com/biz/spoon-tailor-san-francisco right now turns out better.

post #17913 of 33125
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Originally Posted by bnovc View Post

I have a few shirts from them, and they suffer from the same problem (and other problems) where the waist is a lot baggier, despite my giving them my measurements.

 

The fabric has been really flimsy. It looks wrinkly even after I iron it. They don't seem to use the measurements I give them, and they don't speak English well enough to discuss them after.

 

I'm hopeful that the shirt being made at http://www.yelp.com/biz/spoon-tailor-san-francisco right now turns out better.

It took me a while to get is perfect, but I now have it fit flawlessly to be honest. If you get the two-ply, it's really all good, no flimsy stuff there. I was actually quite impressed with the way they have fixed some problems for me. If you send a picture with a tape measure showing the wrong measurements, they will send you a new shirt. I've done it. They learn pretty quickly that way.

post #17914 of 33125

Could anyone tell me where to get this jacket? The brand etc.? Sorry if this was the wrong thread to post this in.

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I've been on the hunt for a good tweed jacket for a couple months here in OKC and I think I've found it!

My question is can one successfully wash a thrifted tweed jacket without jacking the thing up?  I was planning to lay flat it in the tub, spray it with cold water from the shower head, put a small amount of woolite in, squish and mash it for a few minutes, drain the dirty water, rinse til the water runs clear, rolling it gently to push out excess water, and hang on a coat hanger with a fan blowing on it.  As often as I'll be donning this jacket, I wanted to start off with one that was not thrift store grimy.

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You live in OK Cupid? confused.gif
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

You live in OK Cupid? confused.gif

 

=)

Oklahoma City

post #17918 of 33125
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

You live in OK Cupid? confused.gif

I had a friend who kept referencing OKC and she meant OK Cupid, but I always thought she meant Oklahoma City.
post #17919 of 33125
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Originally Posted by Winston S. View Post

I had a friend who kept referencing OKC and she meant OK Cupid, but I always thought she meant Oklahoma City.

My friend is on it, we should hook them up. If anybody asks how they met each other they can say, Style Forum.
post #17920 of 33125
$15 hem, $20 letting out waist sound reasonable for alterations?
post #17921 of 33125
Yes.
post #17922 of 33125
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

My friend is on it, we should hook them up. If anybody asks how they met each other they can say, Style Forum.
Then they'll be saying SF and some people will think San Francisco and some will think StyleForum.
post #17923 of 33125
Good call!
post #17924 of 33125
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Originally Posted by FugueMeister View Post

I've been on the hunt for a good tweed jacket for a couple months here in OKC and I think I've found it!
My question is can one successfully wash a thrifted tweed jacket without jacking the thing up?  I was planning to lay flat it in the tub, spray it with cold water from the shower head, put a small amount of woolite in, squish and mash it for a few minutes, drain the dirty water, rinse til the water runs clear, rolling it gently to push out excess water, and hang on a coat hanger with a fan blowing on it.  As often as I'll be donning this jacket, I wanted to start off with one that was not thrift store grimy.

Have you considered having it dry cleaned?
post #17925 of 33125
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Originally Posted by KObalto View Post

Have you considered having it dry cleaned?

x2. Just dry clean it.
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