I might have just irreparably ruined 8 of my nicest shirts. I took them to a tailor that I have used plenty of times, with much success, to have the hem shortened slightly. Most of these shirts were just a few inches too long, but otherwise fit well. Low and behold, the tailor botched them ...every one of them. Before taking the shirts in, I had him do a test with a cheap polo shirt to see how it looked, and it turned out great. The shirt was shortened to the perfect length, all around, but I did notice that the sides were closer to the length of the front and back, while still maintaining a slight difference or slope. I figured that he would use the same dimensions for the hem on the other shirts and told him to go ahead and hem them to the same length. I figured wrong... Got them back today and the shirts have drastically shorter sides then the length of the front and back. The front and back are the same lengths as the test shirt, but the sides are about 1.5-2 inches shorter and they can no longer be tucked in and look pretty bad untucked as well. Basically wondering what my options are here. I just paid ~100$ for this tailor to basically ruin 8 of my favorite shirts. What would you do in this situation? I thought about maybe trying to get him to slim the shirts and hack off the extra front and back material for free to at least make them look better, but I'm hesitant... am I fu cked?