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Jantzen Question (General Shirt Fit Question)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Random987, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. Random987

    Random987 Member

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    I received my first test shirt from Jantzen and, for the most part, it fit nicely. However, I believe next time, I will lenthen the shirt a bit. I ordered a black irish linen shirt with a squared off bottom. However, I do have on "fit" type question. I have a relatively large upper body/pec area (lift weights, etc.). With the squared off bottom, the front of the shirt rises up a bit, so the shirt does not appear to be squared off (front rises up to belt level in front and is a couple inches lower in the back). Any idea what I should tweak (other than length) to adjuster for the larger than normal "pecs".

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  2. kitonbrioni

    kitonbrioni Distinguished Member

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    You may have to get a local tailor to adjust it for you and send it back to Jantzen to copy.
     


  3. CaptChaos

    CaptChaos Senior Member

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    How about increasing the chest measurement? Measure one of your existing shirts that fits well in this area.
     


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