Hey guys. So I'm in love with Zegna shirts, but the sleeves always run long. I can push them up, the fabric swells around my arms, looking way too blousy. Could a tailor correct this problem by slimming the sleeves (similar to how slim jeans can be worn long, with minimal/controlled stacking)? Or would I have to get them shortened? (If there is such a thing). Thanks. From cheapest to more expensive in my experience: 1-Move the button on the cuff so it is tighter and doesn't let the sleeve come over the hand. 2-Slim the sleeve (easily done by a tailor) 3-Shorten the sleeve at the cuff without moving the placket (best done if you don't need to move it up very far) 4-Shorten the sleeve at the cuff and move the placket up (make sure you have a good tailor for this one) 5-Shorten the sleeve at the shoulder (not always possible depending on the fabric/print/etc.) These can also be done in combination. I've found a very reasonably priced alterationist who has slimmed the sleeves and shortened them from the cuffs on a number of similar shirts. Once you figure out the formula, it works well.