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Hemming

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by dustin_hisle1, Oct 21, 2011.

  1. dustin_hisle1

    dustin_hisle1 Active Member

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    When it comes to hemming chino's is 1-2 inches an acceptable amount. Also, is 12 dollars a good price to do the alterations?
     
  2. onix

    onix Senior member

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    1. as long as it fits, any number is acceptable.
    2. $12 is average price, depending on where you live.
    3. should have asked here.
     
  3. ter1413

    ter1413 Senior member

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    ?? that will depend on how long they are and how tall/short your are.
    $12 is high for straight hems IME!
     
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2011
  4. dustin_hisle1

    dustin_hisle1 Active Member

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    I'm around but I have a short lower body. A good inseam for me is around 27-28 inches. I usually buy them at 30 or 29 if I can find them. Being a short guy makes it hard to find good fitting clothes.
     

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