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The typical machine made pickstitching or surgeon cuffs are considered handwork?I think handwork it's only in the fantasy of their saleperson, not only a single handmade detail but a single handsewn stitch is possible at this price at this volume and in china.
Thanks for reply.China, ok... and considering their very high volumes manufacturing costs are extremely low, but not so low to do handwork at this scale...(even the simple button stitching)and with which craftsmen?However I am very curious to see their products in presence, I would order the hopsack havana.(And doing all the alteration myself , I could also check the construction method and materials used under the skin)Anyone did this before?
Could you post pics of the hand details you are talking?Have you dissect a jacket to see inside?I really really doubt that a jacket at this price point could have hand made details ( and especially that could be hand canvassed!!)I always tought they were all fused or at best half canvas.Ps. where these garments are made?Thanks
I know that, but they aren't loafers.btw, just curiosity...
I bought all my Falke and plain Marcoliani from Socksfox.com, good price and free shipping worldwide.
Weird stuff ok, but also blake stitched? I don't see any stitching on the welt area.
Try those Falke, they have a silicon insert in the heel to prevent slippage.They are really invisible and also pretty long lasting.
Start with invisible socks.
Looks like a 3 roll 2.To say that you probably never search through yoox...they have great ability to ruin the look of suit and jackets...By the way they sell items they get from worldwide stores in stocks, the big part are items that went unsold at the end of season, but they accept literally everything like old items, items without tags etc.They care only that garments have original inside labels / fabric composition and are not visibly used/damaged.
I've restored ties many times, some of them with huge creasing for bad packaging. Never never iron a tie you could kill the 3D shape, use simply a steamer or vapor jet of an iron at 10/15 cm from fabric and after brush and press it with a very very soft brush after the jet. Reapeting this many times the ties return like new and fabric and shape remain perfect. But your ties are perfect, it's a common fold when boxed, they don't need any care.
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