I took 2 shirts to the tailor - a Lorenzini and a Truzzi. I asked for the waist to be taken in and for the sleeves to be slimmed. To do the sleeves they said something about have to detach the arms and take in the chest/changing the size of the armholes. They said that this was a problem with the shirts because they had some amount of handwork, and it would not only take a lot of effort to remove the sleeves, but also when they were reattached with a machine it would remove the quality of the handwork. My main question is - is this bs or is there truth to this? Should I just have them take the waists in and deal with the bulkiness of the arms, or should I just tell them to go for it?