- Jan 16, 2016
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Yes, as well as a host of other similar problems. I feel like this is just in the nature of buying button down shirts off the rack though.Does anyone ever have issues with your button ups fitting well in the chest, but the neck being a little too big but sizing down for the neck to fit better causes the chest to be too snug?
This is my issue with the FW16 nashville flannel. Size medium fit great everywhere, but the damn chest. I sized up to a large and it is a little bit roomy.Does anyone ever have issues with your button ups fitting well in the chest, but the neck being a little too big but sizing down for the neck to fit better causes the chest to be too snug?
Is tailoring possible with the collar? I’ve never thought to ask a tailor about that! I figured it would throw off the rest of the shirt or something.I have gotten really lucky with the various silk shirts from Hedi's era. Perfect fit throughout. I find the flannels to be a bit more challenging.
I just dropped off some Amiri pearl snaps at a tailor to clean up the fit. Oversized and sloppy looking before, but the material and design are my favorite and would be INSANE with some tailoring. There is a lot of value in tailoring and can make all the difference in a garment. I am sure everyone here knows that.
From this angle that just seems to be the case because the shaft of the boots is so wide.On the other - the way they stack over boots (supposed to by design) is questionable.
I didn’t feel a difference in sizing. I prefer the FW as the wool texture gives a perception of more depth. Maybe a bigger consideration is your climate and when you’d like to wear it.So anyone able to tell me if it’s worth it to go for FW teddy over SS teddy? Any diff in sizing