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Canali Suit - Hole in Pocket and Tailoring

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by fashionnoob, Apr 27, 2016.

  1. fashionnoob

    fashionnoob Senior member

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    I recently purchased a Canali suit off Yoox at a deep discount. The suit itself is great - staple light grey color, summer weight, etc, BUT there appears to be a large hole in the fabric of the left front pocket. (Please see the picture.)

    Is this something that a tailor can repair by taking some fabric from another area of the suit? (Perhaps from the bottom of the pants after shortening?) I would hate to have to return the suit, but I cannot wear it as it is.

    Thanks!

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  2. Chowkin

    Chowkin Senior member

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    No, your tailor won't be able to patch over that hole. Try invisible mending. Not sure of the results given where the hole is though
     
  3. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    No, will always look what it is - crap damaged trousers. If you can send them back to the person/shop you bought them from do so, if not burn them.

    Just as there is no such thing as a free lunch, there are no good clothes on line in this way for a "deep discount".
     
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  4. chippneckwear

    chippneckwear Well-Known Member

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    Ask your tailor to re-cut the angle of the pocket.

    Paul Winston
    Winston Tailors/www.chippneckwear.com
    212 687-0850
     

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