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Just ordered a jantzen shirt

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by VMan, Jul 27, 2004.

  1. BGW

    BGW Senior member

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    GQElements -- how does your tailor go about raising the armholes?
     
  2. gqelements

    gqelements Senior member

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    from my [truly limited] understanding he either removed the seam stitching and then close it up in accordance the measurements previously taken... or i have no idea. looking at the inside of the seam there is a visible difference between the original stitching and the alteration. from the outside - no visible difference.

    he did warn me that on some shirts that he could only raise them a minimall amount - but the difference was still very noticeable.

    i will try to ask him next either next or the following week - as I will not be able to visit him any earlier.
     

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