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Old 12-12-2008, 01:23 PM
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Where should i take my jean?

To get them hemmed up?
ive never done this before but i just got my true religions in the mail and i have to get them taken up a lot!
i have a ton of alteration shops around like the ones attached to the dry clean stores i was wondering if i could just take them to one of those or if i actually need to visit a tailor?
i dont even know where a tailor is!
and what do i tell them i want done when i get there
i am so lost
im ready to wear my new jeanssssss
anyways if anyone has any input pleaseeeee speak up!
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Old 12-12-2008, 01:24 PM
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Hemming Tutorial: How To Hem With Originals using a Sewing Machine!
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Old 12-12-2008, 01:30 PM
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To get them hemmed up?
i have a ton of alteration shops around like the ones attached to the dry clean stores i was wondering if i could just take them to one of those or if i actually need to visit a tailor?
i dont even know where a tailor is!
If you cannot hem jeans yourself or dont want to invest in a sewing machine: Hemming a pair of jeans is a fairly simple alteration. Any decent alteration shop or one attached to a drycleaners should be able to do it. Do insist on getting the jeans hemmed with original hems from the full-length pair -that preserves the beauty of the distressing/fading on the pair at the hem. Make sure you go to a good alteration place. Check out yelp.com for reviews/experiences of other customers who used the alteration place. In general, you should be able to tell from visiting the shop (if theyre doing a good enough job thy will have enough business), if they'll do an ok job. You should expect to pay $10-$20 for the service depending on where you live. There are also alteration stores at several malls, but they tend to be a bit expensive.
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Old 12-12-2008, 11:03 PM
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thanks nnnola^_^
sometimes the simplest things in life can seem the most difficult to someone who has no knowlage of the matter
ill get right on that hem
pictures of the jeans tomorrow^_^
oh crap
now everyone will see how ugly i am really
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