- Oct 27, 2015
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With a cotton Bedford I imagine you’ll be able to see the original stitch marks but depending on fabric color/your fastidiousness that may not be too much of an issue.Anyone have any experience with having EG pieces tailored?
I picked up a herringbone cotton Bedford this season. I’m 6’2” and slim and actually ended up buying a small. It fits nicely but still has enough room to see the shape of the thing.
The sleeves are a bit short, but there’s a full inch of fabric inside which could be let down. Any do anything similar?
Thank you!I did that once with an older Bedford - let the sleeves out about .75" Take it a tailor though and they'll let you know for sure what you can get away with.
Yes, I’ve had that issue with a cotton jacket before. The tailor tried to warn me, but I didn’t care too much. The visibility of the old stitch marks decreased over time and it all ended up good.With a cotton Bedford I imagine you’ll be able to see the original stitch marks but depending on fabric color/your fastidiousness that may not be too much of an issue.