Hi All - I just bought an Indochino Star-Dusted Striped Suit. I really like the fabric, and the jacket feels great, I'm happy with the fit of the jacket. But the pants are much too tight, especially in the thigh region. Although I can put them on (they're not as tight as some of the jeans I have), when I sit down, they pucker up everywhere, and you can see the outline of my (thigh length) underwear. I don't feel comfortable wearing them in public. So, I went in to the local "master tailor" today, a cute old man from Italy. He was offended that I had bought a suit from a) China b) The Internet and told me there was nothing he could do with the pants, but he'd like to sell me a suit of his own. =) I'm thinking of going to a local Chinese dry-cleaning shop that does alterations and trying my luck there. But I'd love to hear your opinions first: 1. Do you think there's hope that letting out the thigh area as much as the fabric allows will fix the pants? Or should I just ask for a remake directly? 2. Any tips for finding a good tailor that doesn't hate Indochino? Thanks. As others have said, I think IC sets up their suits to allow for about 1" of larger adjustments. On my first IC suit i also noticed tightness in the crotch area. normally I'd be excited to show off the goods, but can't do so at the office. In my case about a half inch from the tailor set an acceptable comfort level, then I changed my measurements for the 2nd purchase. I don't think i've ever been to a tailor who hasn't tried to push his own stuff. Just smile and say you'll consider them in the future. Sounds like you just need to find another tailor who wants to have business. I also would NOT suggest the dry cleaners for alterations beyond sewing buttons or some basic hemming.