The grey pant was tailored in Bangkok and obviously had more attention than I did. Sparrow mentioned I look very mature with the grey pants and with the Jim Thompson tie, which I absolutely find adorable - I look miles my age even with the new younger-look-crew-haircut! My staff stared at me and laughs, signaling that I looked different from my usual boring shirt and polo tee ... Cute? I am clueless ... it is definitely the pants
As I sit in Starbucks, sipping my Ice Latte and hoping that dinner comes quickly so I can abandon my report writing for my bosses, I cannot help but feel that I am dying to show that special someone the pants. Everytime a new fashion piece hits my wardrobe, I will have the huge tendency to share it with this particular person ... I do not know why but I am sure if my friends are staring into the same screen as I am writing this post, they will ask me to stop. My little voice says stop too ... and so I will.
Since the post started with the grey pant. A few point to remember while going to a tailor,
- Always do your research before entering. Know your materials, market price and also type of cuts on your finger tips
- Choose your material well ... and always rub it with your fingers to feel the texture and place it on your extensor arm muscle to see if it feels good
- Want a nice butt jutting out, tell them ... Tight is not always the key to attention, it is the fit and cut.
- Be sure to go back for fitting at least once for the perfect comfortable
- Go get something that probably you cannot find in the boutiques or streets
- Remind the tailor about pleated, length required and also how low waist you want your pants to be
Thank you for treat! Tee Hee