Mostly cotton today. One of the clubs at my school held a flea market last week. I picked up this knit tie for $7. I have three other yellow knit ties already, but it was a worthy cause.
Uniqlo linen patch pocket sport coat. Same details as my navy blue one. This jacket has a balance issue around the waist and hip. The jacket is lopsided. The left front panel should come across the front more. The waist and hips should probably be taken in some as well, but I like the roominess it offers when it’s warm and I don’t want to get alterations on a cheap Uniqlo jacket.
See more of my sport coats.
Another 80 degree day. Linen shirt, jacket and pants.
What is wrong with my pants? In particular the right pant leg. This happens on all my pants, but is particularly bad here. My right hip is higher than my left it pulls my pants up and in at the top, causing my pant leg to hug the inside of my right leg and flare off to the right. My tailor has had little success in fixing it. I’m not sure how to direct him. Any insight would be much appreciated.
A: “smaller leg opening?”
My most tapered pants have a leg opening of 7”. I had my tailor take it in to fix the issue above, but no luck. These pants have a 7.75” leg opening. I imagine it doesn’t help.
A: “Bias or cross-grain cut on fabric?”
Maybe, but this happens on almost all of my pants. Even ones I’ve never had altered. It must be me and not how the pants are cut.