Hi! I have a couple of pants that are loose all around! I mean not only my on the waist, but at the bottom and thighs too. Unfortunately those pants (ready made) are of a shape that I can’t narrow only the waist to achive fitting, it is obvious all around they are more loose than they should be. I really hope this makes sense, I tried taking pics but they barely show what I mean.
Anyway, my question is how do you narrow a pair of pants? Do I take the side seams in or the inner seams in? Which way is correct? Is there anything I have to pay attention to?
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