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The finished product doesn't always turn out like the sample retailers receive^.
If anyone is interested in this:     in a 43 in fairly used condition, PM me your email. "I know a guy".
 No problem! It was just the lighting that was an issue. Anyway, the wallet has a glaze covering the leather so the parts where the leather is exposed is due to normal wear and tear. Here's my wallet:  http://forum.purseblog.com/louis-vuitton-faqs/lv-wallet-glazing-help-501791.html
 It won't hurt to ask! I can't really tell by the pics because it's dark, but is it the glaze that wore off?
Yes, they are.
Just saw this for sale on eBay:     http://www.ebay.com/itm/151374188534
I haven't worn black sneakers since elementary school because I've always felt weird in it, but I feel like I need to change that. The thing is, I don't know what I could wear with black sneakers with/without white midsoles. All my sneakers have been white so it's easy to pick a wardrobe to go with it. The only black shoes I feel comfortable wearing are dress shoes and I want to change that.    The shoes I had in mind are Lanvin (low tops), Balenciaga Cotes/Pleats...
It depends on what you want out of your jeans. I soak my SL jeans in water for 30 minutes to an hour right side in and again inside out whenever it feels smelly/dirty/oily. They don't even have any signs of wear/fades so I see no point in doing a machine wash.
Both the 27 and 28s look great.  I know I'm late to the discussion about handling silk garments, but whatever. I made the mistake of washing my silk [black] bandana because I didn't feel like taking it to the cleaners like I usually do. Long story short, the black dye bled and the bandana looked dull. No more sheen. :(  I don't know about the silk SL shirts, but the colors may bleed on to the white parts of the shirt if you wash it. Do it at your own risk.
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