Originally Posted by Despos
I think you are saying I don't know much. Yachtie is my tailoring mentor and I must obey.
Of course I was joking, but there is truth in what I am saying. I think Yachtie started out with a strong idea of what he wanted, and while the first jackets fit well, the new ones look better, and I think that has a lot to do with the fact that he trusts you, and your ability to see what was srong and right with the first ones. Length is a clear example, and it has made a huge difference. I think people would be better off taking your advice, or their tailor's advice, in the beginning, as I think it leads to better results, faster, and not only because you have seen more, but also because you have a better, more neutral way of looking at the client than he does of looking at himself.