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My Tom Ford suit fit opinions?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by DazNorthEast, Apr 19, 2013.

  1. Viral

    Viral Senior member

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    Darren.......I know you are optimistic, but there has to be a reality check here. IMO, the suit it ruined beyond repair. This whole experience has become a comedy of errors. The fact that TF is the brand/store in question is even more unacceptable.

    I still cannot understand how you even got into this predicament, but I'd ask for a refund at this point. Additional surgery is not going to help, just add more time to this already drawn out process. I would stop worrying about feeling bad about voicing your concerns and get aggressive in obtaining a refund.

    Just my $.02......
     
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    chobochobo Senior member Moderator

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    Hope you got it sorted, but I'm not optimistic. I don't know if it's something about TF but I had an alterations tailors that had done a lot of work for me including shoulders etc slip up on a TF tux. I thought there was just a bit too much excess in the back of the shoulder and the back of the upper sleeves, but the result was weird, including problems with the sleeve pitch. Even after a revision, it wasn't quite right so i took it into a local tailor (LeeBaron) and they managed to sort it out. And I wore the tux for my wedding, so happy ending.
     
  4. greger

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    For the price and time and many errors wouldn't it have been better to have a real tailor make you a better coat? These brand name companies can't possibly produce the mythical garments they claim. Real tailors with 2-3 fittings can sort through the problems and adjust the style too. A good tailor is talking to you showing and asking you for your advice at the fittings. After all, it is your garment, not his. It is made for your satisfaction, not his.
     

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