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How do I fix jacket sleeve ripples?

The Louche

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Originally Posted by Sanguis Mortuum
Why would you do such a thing?

+200,000. Are you a total noob?
 

indesertum

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Originally Posted by Style.Guru
No. It was not sewn together properly and must be taken apart again. From what I've seen on here with guys supposedly buying "custom" clothes, I'd advice just buying your clothes off the peg. Find a brand or line that fits well and stop with all the alterations.

you're seriously fucking stupid. what is wrong with alterations if the clothes you bought off the peg fits in the major ways (eg shoulder, chest) and not in the minor ways (sleeve length, waist)

goddamnit. stop coming here. nobody wants to hear you fucking opinion
 

GBear

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Originally Posted by indesertum
you're seriously fucking stupid. what is wrong with alterations if the clothes you bought off the peg fits in the major ways (eg shoulder, chest) and not in the minor ways (sleeve length, waist)

goddamnit. stop coming here. nobody wants to hear you fucking opinion


Haha +1
 

ryoneo

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Originally Posted by texasmade10
I had a custom blazer made and requested a bigger armpit hole.




Originally Posted by indesertum
you're seriously fucking stupid. what is wrong with alterations if the clothes you bought off the peg fits in the major ways (eg shoulder, chest) and not in the minor ways (sleeve length, waist)

goddamnit. stop coming here. nobody wants to hear you fucking opinion


 

imatlas

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Originally Posted by rgoldstein
That armhole looks massive....like huge-antic.


It almost looks like a pantleg shoved into a sleevehead.
 

SuitMyself

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High armholes are heavenly masterpieces whereas big (low) armholes are monstrosities that not even Satan would wear.
 

SuitMyself

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Originally Posted by Style.Guru;4040060
In a few months when this stupid tight armhole look goes away, you're going to look as stupid as this guy
http://img13.imageshack.us/img13/233...tejohntrav.jpg


You know not of what you speak. High armholes are not a "trend" as you imply. Comfortable proper fitting jackets always have high armoholes to allow maximum movement of the wearer's arms.
 

GBR

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Take the wretched thing back to the imbecile who made it: Its his job to fix this poor garment so why dod you accept it in the first place?

However why on earth did you demand a larger armhole? That suggests that you are little better than a troll here as any research would tell you that the exact opposite is correct.
 

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