Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by jkidd41011, Feb 9, 2012.
I know you guys see BB shirts all the time, and some of them are even slim fit (not the elusive ESF). If you come across any 14.5/32 Slims in great condition for a fine price (read: cheap), let me know. Oxfords and spread collars. All colors.
Anyone have a black suit in size 38s?
Need one for a wedding i'm in!
thanks in advance!
Looking for walnut brown belts, 36-38. Casual and dressier options welcome.
Anyone have any 38-30+ flat front pants, in stone, white or khaki and cotton, linen, or cotton-linen?
I'll check. I might have one.
Located in toronto?
I have a pair of RLPL linen trousers in cream, 38w. Will check inseam tomorrow, but pretty sure it's at least 30.
Hey guys. Anyone sitting on any size 32 Incotex wool flat front trousers they'd like to move? Not the mega slim kind, but the moderately slim ones? I need a 30 inseam. They are far and away my best fitting pants and I'd like to score a few more pairs if I can. Thanks.
looking for some shirts for work. 16.5-17" neck. 35" sleeve. 19" shoulder.
slimmer cuts work best.
Anyone have a solid charcoal suit that I could use for work? My measurements are below. I leave room on some measurements for measuring errors. Mine just got destroyed by my tailor. He is giving me a $200 credit, which I had to fight him to get (was a Martin Greenfield). As high of quality as you are willing to part with, please.
Inseam: 29 and up.
What the hell happened?
I had a tailor alter my navy blazer a few weeks ago and it's pretty messed up. They wouldn't do anything about it though. I was livid.
Damn, I've learned if it doesn't fit right, don't take it to a tailor. Trade it or sell it. The only alteration I would allow a tailor make is hemming and taking in/letting out the waist. Anything else, forget about it!
Basically, the tailor put a hole in the leg when trying to taper. Lesson learned.
starting to feel this way more and more. even for a simple slimming of a work dress shirt it costs $20+
with the amount of good fellowship on these boards it should be virtually no issue picking up items that fit well as-is (especially if you're a bit patient)
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