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Not at all.

Agreed, especially if you only button the middle button and let it roll.
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Edited by jrd617 - 11/21/12 at 1:58pm
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The PRL Custom Fit shirts in M fit me perfectly otr except the sleeves are about 1.5/2 inches too short (6'1). Anyone know of any alternatives?

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The PRL Custom Fit shirts in M fit me perfectly otr except the sleeves are about 1.5/2 inches too short (6'1). Anyone know of any alternatives?

PRL makes long length sleeves (34-35)
post #18575 of 32190
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PRL makes long length sleeves (34-35)

 

Mine are 2 years old, maybe they're longer now? Website says 33-34 for M, which sounds about right since I'm normally 35/36.

post #18576 of 32190
Anyone know of a suit similar to this one, but in the <$1K range?

Also an ID on similar shoes would be great too.
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^ Crockett and Jones has a couple brown laceups with dainite soles like that.
post #18578 of 32190
That *brioni coat up there looks like it's been altered shorter. Really awkward looking!
Edited by yywwyy - 11/21/12 at 11:23pm
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You can wear anything with these except a suit. Others will tell you you can wear them with a suit, but don't.

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post #18580 of 32190
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Originally Posted by yywwyy View Post

That *brioni coat up there looks like it's been altered shorter. Really awkward looking!

It has! Thanks for noticing. The label says the size is a Euro 52R. The length is 29" from BOC. In my experience, a Euro 52R has a length of 31" from BOC or more. That means the previous owner cut 2" off the bottom (a big alteration). The button stance and everything is thrown off when this is done. I agree. It looks awkward.
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Hello all:

 

I just purchased a custom made suit and when the final product came, I noticed a slight difference between the way the darts on the front end.  On the left (first picture), the dart comes apart in a noticeable V, while the one on the right (2nd picture) finishes cleanly.  Something that is not apparent because the photos are taken head-on with flash is that the one of the left also puffs up ever so slightly because there is loose fabric around the top.  I mentioned this to the tailor and he said that it just requires ironing, but no matter how much pressing I do, it does not go away.  This is my first custom suit and the first suit I've bought since college 10 years ago so I'm by no means an expert on this.  My question is:

 

1. Is this a defect?  Should I go back to the tailor to have him fix it?

2. What is involved in fixing something?

 

Thanks in advance for any advice

.700

 

700

post #18582 of 32190

Has anyone looked at the new mens shoes from Saks? They are made in Italy, look to be high quality and are priced at $300. The salesperson said their motivation was to produce an in house product that competes with Alden/AE but with more continental looks. It looks to me that they may well have done that. He did not know who was making them.

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What is the general rule of thumb for how many inches of a shift cuffs should be showing below a blazer when standing with arms down?
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.25 to .5
 

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Is that with arms at a natural curl like you're at attention, or with arms perfectly straight?

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