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I have the exact same problem with many RTW shoes. After playing around with numerous solutions (ordering shoes in wider widths, having the manufacturer stretch the shoe etc) I have finally found the most effective solution for me is to buy a shoe stretcher and stretch the relevant area myself. If you google "shoe stretcher" it should throw up a few relevant results. The most useful ones are those that come with small plastic nodules that you can push in to specific parts...
Ok, in which case I'll infer from that that your letter to LV did not expressly ask for a quote for repair.So to recap (now that we all have a clearer picture of the facts):1) You start a thread complaining about the state of your wallet after 3 weeks of use and LV's response to the issue, but fail to mention that you have actually had the wallet for a number of years.2) You accuse LV of being liars for saying they acknowledge your letter (when in fact you have simply...
Sorry OP, one more question: did your letter accompanying the wallet specifically request a quote for repairing the wallet?
OP, just to clarify a couple of points on your above comments:1) Nowhere in the extract of LV's response you have posted do they accuse you of being a scammer (or even allude to this fact). You note that they even conclude by saying they hope to have the pleasure of your custom again soon (which does not strike me as something they would say to someone they think is scamming them).2) I think you are completely misunderstanding the opening line in LV's letter re their...
Wow, that's poor form.I've got to say, the results I have seen coming from lee baron lately have been very mixed.
You should do - it looks awesome!
Did you ask them to rectify it? It should be quite straightforward to change the collars and cuff (assuming they had more of the correct colour fabric in stock).OP - the length of the jacket looks fine to me (any shorter would look odd I think). Likewise, I think the sleeve length is fine too (it seems as though your shirts sleeves may be a touch too short).The trousers do look too long as there is too much pooling of fabric. The quarters are also far too closed for my...
With all due respect, I think this is bad advice, particularly the parts highlighted in bold.When building a new wardrobe, surely the emphasis should be on buying items that fit you correctly - what is the benefit in continuing to buy things that don't fit correctly (other than the time saved in not looking for another brand)? It is not as though there are a shortage of other brands in the market offering chinos that the OP can try instead.OP - whilst the classic fit does...
JayI think you are missing the point on so many levels.I have been told fairly often that I dress well (girls or guys of age group too). It's a bit ironic to me that they thought so because of many posts in this thread suggesting otherwise. I'm not sure who's giving you that advice, but you have several people on this thread who are telling you that your outfits and general style are not great. If I was getting feedback like that about myself, I would start to wonder...
+1The outfits you have posted remind me of what middle age men who no longer really care about clothes tend to wear - that's unfortunate and ironic given the above posts clearly indicate you are giving a great deal of thought to your outfits and wardrobe. The individual pieces are pretty bland, don't fit particularly well and generally look quite old fashioned (and not in a cool, vintage inspired, type of way).As others have noted, you seem to be buying random things...
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