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Pants Cuff Size Formula?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by polar-lemon, Jan 17, 2009.

  1. Rankiz

    Rankiz Senior member

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    Go uncuffed and cuff them up/roll them up yourself in the summer.
     
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  2. GBR

    GBR Senior member

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    Personal preference surely, no rules or formulae needed.
     
  3. Rankiz

    Rankiz Senior member

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    If I choose cuffed up chinos, anyone have the experience of rolling up cuffed up chinos? Because sometimes, you actually want to roll up your chinos by an inch or two.
     
  4. alliswell

    alliswell Senior member

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    Yes. Get a smaller cuff, as you'll roll them up in increments of the cuff size. It doesn't really work, though, as the thickness of the initial cuff makes the roll up look very bad.
     
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  5. Rankiz

    Rankiz Senior member

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    Not even one roll up?
    Oh well, what do you think about this idea then:
    Buy 2" too long, then I can cuff it up when needed, but also hide the fabric on the inside for the uncuffed style. :)
     
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  6. Superfluous

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    =if(Height>6-foot,"2 inches","1.75 inches")
     
  7. black_umbrella

    black_umbrella Senior member

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    isn't there a ifsartorial excel function built in?
     
  8. ThinkDerm

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    seems like this debate has been resolved.
     

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