I just got a pair of trousers from Chan to go with a suit they made for me previously. Originally, the suit was made with pleated, cuffed trousers; I wanted to get an extra pair of pants to extend the life of the suit and decided, for variety, to go with plain front, no cuffs. Well, when I wore the new pair of trousers today, I decided I didn't like them. It's either one of two things: 1) I'm used to a fuller American style break and Chan's given me a slighter Saville Row style break; or 2) while I like the look of no cuff trousers with more casual and sturdier shoes, I don't like the way they look with the AE Park Avenues that I normally wear with this suit. So, what to do? One option is to simply get used to the Saville Row look and recognize that it's a well established and respectable look. Another option is to have a tailor let out the hem a bit to give the pants a fuller break. The third option, and the one I'm leaning towards is having a tailor add a real or false cuff. There's 2.5 inches worth of extra material to let out. I assume that the tailor would have to add a bit of material for weight. A few questions, then, related to the third option. How easy will it be for a tailor to perform this operation, and more importantly, will it look okay? Also, should I request some additional material from Chan for it? Finally, should I wait for Chan's next tour and have them to do it then?