FashionBeans: Men's Fashion & Men's Style Guide
25-03-2012 04:34 PM #61
That's what I'm thinking as well...
If I have the time I'll take it to a local tailors and see what the chap says. £25 isn't bad at all.
11-04-2012 06:14 AM #62
Finally found myself a tailor (kinda). There's a foreign bloke in the local market who does alterations for a living. Gave him a pair of Dockers straight fit chinos and asked him to make them slim fit. Picked them up yesterday and they're bang on the money now. Told him I'll be back with my suit to see if he can fix my nievity (the jacket is two sizes too big, I didn't know what size I was/what a good fit looked like when I bought it).
20-04-2012 10:19 AM #63
Just got back from my first trip to the tailors ever! (I'm 18)
Took a grey wool blazer that I got off eBay which needed taking in. I may have to lose the vents but the fit looks so much better from when he pinned it up. Has so much more shape and fits me like a glove.