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Pants Tailored... Different Length Each Side.

Jay687

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I got a few pairs of pants tailored. One pair ended up being an entire .5"different on each leg, the other .25" different, the other basically equal.

Is this enough to complain or is a bit of a difference expected?

Additionally, I actually think the size I went with is too much of a break and want to go .75" less... which seems to complicate things in terms of complaining. Plus, don't exactly trust them anymore.

Complain and get money back and go somewhere else?

What would you guys do?
 

Nicola

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Are your legs exactly the same length? Of course not.
 

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Originally Posted by Jay687
I got a few pairs of pants tailored. One pair ended up being an entire .5"different on each leg, the other .25" different, the other basically equal.

Is this enough to complain or is a bit of a difference expected?

Additionally, I actually think the size I went with is too much of a break and want to go .75" less... which seems to complicate things in terms of complaining. Plus, don't exactly trust them anymore.

Complain and get money back and go somewhere else?

What would you guys do?


Take them back to the store or to the tailor who did the work and ask for the length to be remeasured and specify your desire for a smaller break. That's not very difficult to do, is it?

BTW, are both your legs the same length? I would think most likely not since it is very common for virtually everyone to have two different leg lengths. It is a fact.
 

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