Right back at you! Great jacket going to a great home...hope it worked out well at the wedding
What you have there is a suit that's all around too big for you (except, it sounds like, at the shoulders). For the cost of all those alterations on top of what the suit already cost you, you'd be better off selling it and buying one on eBay or the Marketplace that's more in line with your measurements, or offering it up for a trade here.
Pre-owned Canali suits on eBay cost anywhere from $70-200 on average. The cost of your suit + alterations would very likely be more than that.
+1. I learned this the hard way a while back and dumped way more $$$ into a thrifted suit to make it look just ok when i should have just flipped it and picked up a better fitting suit which needed less alterations in the first place (trying to make a 41L into a 40R/S was an expensive mistake)
Thrift/mudder synergy is strong...i earned my shirt on Saturday as well...
I thrifted and posted this old barbour (pre-liddesdale?) about 6 months ago but thought it deserved a re-post...it was in rough shape when i og picked it up. 60% of the quilting coming undone, patch hanging on by one side but it was a barbour and i couldn't pass it up. Wore it for a few weeks in the fall then called Barbour CS to see if i could pay to rescue the piece.
Long story short I shipped my jacket to Barbour and they re-quilted the entire thing for FREE (re-wax is a different story from what i hear)...a bit weak on the CS communication but all in all i was shocked and happy that they stood behind their product. Will definitely be picking up any and all barbour i see no matter the condition
Still recovering from the mudder but a quick casual 100% thrift fit from mother's day
Barney's coop knit cardigan Made in Italy
BB v neck
private member summer chinos
John Varvatos USA suede chukka boots