That's good advice. You'll find it in several articles right here on the Art of Manliness.
But if you're really going to get any benefit out of having your suits adjusted, you need to know a little bit about tailors and the kinds of adjustments they can (and can't) make.
You also need to know what a "good" fit actually looks like.
Tailors vary in skill and in how they communicate the work they're doing, so getting a suit adjusted is only going to deliver a good return if you can make your exact needs clear.
Below, we give you an easy-to-follow rundown on how your suit should fit.