WHY IS THERE A PROBLEM:
I know that the tighter the pants, the more the pocket will bulge out like that... (When a pocket is constructed it is made when the pant is flat on a table with point A: the one end of the pocket and point B: the other end of the pocket. ... but when you wear it.. you are stretching/filling in the pants. This creates a pull/stretch on the seam on the pants thereby decreasing the distance of point A and point B. But b/c both end's distance have decreased, the fabric of the facing-pocket is still the same, therefore creating "excess" fabric... the fabric has to go somewhere so it bulges out.)
Now... my question is.... how do you fix it or how do you tell your tailor how to make it so it doesn't have the bunny/bear ears.
I guess the BEST way is for the tailor to make the pocket while you are wearing it but... its really not feasible... Making the cloth when its flat on the table is really different from making it when its in 3D (ie: on you when you are wearing it)... but since clothes matters only when you are wearing it... how do you fix it?
Another way I can think of it is to make the pocket like... jean pocket... or very parallel to your pant waist...
Another way would be to just make the pants looser/bigger but that'll defeat the purpose of a slim look..
Also, I like to wear a vest (3-piece suit) ... and my body would be fitted, i'd have a clean silhouette .. but I would have this... bunny/bear ears sticking on the sides of my pants.
Anyone else has this problem with fitted suit pants?