I just came into possession of an Isaia suit that, unlike others I've purchased, has faux-button-hole stitching at the bottoms of the sleeves. The sleeves are still open on the inside and only tacked together at the very end, but there are those "buttonholes" there. The sleeves are too long, of course. So they'd need to be taken up, presumably from the shoulder. I've done this before with lesser suits (e.g., Vestimenta), but with an isaia, I've found myself wondering the following: Sleeves are a pretty important seam in terms of construction, etc. Assuming I bring the suit to a quality alterations tailor, should I be concerned that I'm either violating the integrity of the suit or undermining its construction by having the sleeves detached and shortened? As I said, i've done it before and it's come out OK, but somehow the prospect of doing it to a more-expensive suit has made the stakes seem higher. Any thoughts? TIA, grim.