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MTM Dress Shirt Fit Check (before final large purchase)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jeam3130, Sep 19, 2016.

  1. jeam3130

    jeam3130 Well-Known Member

    Aug 27, 2016
    Looking to see if I can improve my fit before I buy a batch of all new shirts. Any advice is appreciated!

    1. http://imgur.com/a/0f8xb

    2. http://imgur.com/a/1z0xh

    Shirt 1 is from Spier and Mackay and shirt 2 is from Tailor store.

    I was thinking about setting up a fitting with M. Kenny from mytailor, but I'm not sure he would be able to improve much from the above shirts.
  2. Astaroth

    Astaroth Senior member

    Sep 26, 2013
    Its hard to tell from a small number of photos

    Certainly the collar on the coloured check shirt doesnt appear to be sitting correctly. Both look to have a bit too much excess fabric assuming you are fairly fit/ not too overweight as you appear.

    My issue with off the shelf shirts, and basic MTM shirts, is the armholes are far too big for me which results in some of the excess/bulk around the chest/shoulder and I wonder if you have a similar problem?

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