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Premium Member, I like that, thank you.The stitching will be there, not to worry. DWFII, by the way, is one of our resident shoe experts and we are lucky to have him with us.Cheers. May you enjoy your purchase in good health.
I do the same.
You may want to post this to the Streetwear section as you'll probably gain a different perspective. It is suprising to me that the entire thread hasn't been moved there already. I'll expound for you on my thoughts XFi1382. As this is the Classic Menswear section and leans toward the conservative side, a quilted sport coat may not go over well in Classic Menswear. To me it looks cheap and would have no place even in my streetwear wardrobe. While a quilted parka may be an...
I am still trying to figure that out myself but I think I am onto something.
Prince of Paisley, nice! We certainly need more posts like this, as this was indeed the original intent of the thread.
You can try rubbing them with a terrycloth and vinegar. Let dry. Repeat if necessary. This should be done right after exposure to salt but it may sitll yeild beneficiary results. Welcome to Styleforum MMixtape.
Rest your wet leather soles on newspaper for a few days. The newspaper will wick away the moisture from the soles. Welcome to Styleforum jacobp100.
What was it specifically that you had dry cleaned?
This shouldn't affect the performance of the shoes. Welcome to Styleforum free-man.
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