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Tailoring Fun anyone?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by damonallan, Jun 27, 2006.

  1. damonallan

    damonallan Well-Known Member

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    Hi Friends:

    Here is a mid step jacket and pant for a made to measure custom suit. You be the judge of how the outfit in the picture should be corrected and the cause of why the jacket or pant looks the way it does.

    Pant Side:

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    Pant Seat:

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    Shoulder:

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    Sleeve Stance:

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    versus

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    Back:

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    Sleeve Length:

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    I'll put up more as they come...

    Thanks.
     
  2. whoopee

    whoopee Senior member

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  3. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    Pant side (#1) looks good.

    Seat (#2) looks ok, though I would prefer a bit less material.

    Shoulder (#3) looks a tad wide - I like a real tight shoulder (I have broad shoulders as you seem to as well, so any extra material looks pretty exagurated)

    Sleeve (#4+5) looks a hair long, but it's hard to tell w/o a dress shirt.

    Back (#6) looks ok, but there seems to be a bit of pulling just under the arms.

    BTW your original images came up fine for me.
     

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