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Proper Cloth - Official Affiliate Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Seph, Feb 14, 2014.

  1. ny3pcg

    ny3pcg Senior member

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    I also have the exact same problem. I took in my midsection measurement by 1/4 inch because I previously had too much excess fabric billowing out at the sides. With that adjustment the shirt fits perfectly and still has a little excess fabric on the sides which feels comfortable, but I also have that bump just above the belt like shown in your picture. Any idea how to solve that issue? I've read on the PC site that a shirt can ride up if the midsection is too tight/fitted, however my shirt still has excess fabric so I'm not sure what's causing it.
     


  2. ericgereghty

    ericgereghty Senior member

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    Maybe widen the base of the shirt (forgetting what that is called in PC lingo) and taper the back?
     


  3. hookem12387

    hookem12387 Senior member

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    My theory is that it's actually a shoulder slope deal that's causing the bump above the belt
     


  4. cakv

    cakv Senior member

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    Can you elaborate please?
     


  5. ny3pcg

    ny3pcg Senior member

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    Thanks, I may give that a try and increase the bottom wide opening by 1/4 of an inch. I've already included darts in the back and that's fixed the problem I've been having with excess fabric in he back.
     


  6. shirtsnob

    shirtsnob Senior member

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    shoulder slope?......why would u say that?
     


  7. ny3pcg

    ny3pcg Senior member

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    When PC updated the Roma Spread Collar back in March of this year with a stiffer collar band, was the shape/style of the collar slightly modified as well or did it remain the same?
     


  8. SmoothLefty

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    Hi all - can anyone comment on the "heaviness" of PC's heavy OCBDs? I have a few from Luxire but they're thinner/lighter than I'd hoped for. Thanks!
     


  9. ericgereghty

    ericgereghty Senior member

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    They're heavy. They can definitely take an ass whoopin
     


  10. benjamin831

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    Has anybody ever bought PC's Hudson jacket? How are the armholes on that jacket? Are they cut low like SuitSupply's? I'm thinking about using their MTM service to have one made.
     


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    Anyone know if there are new options to increase actual arm hole size?
     


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