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Am I the only one who thinks they are so perfect as to be unattractive, especially in pocketsquare?
Really nice, but please redo the knots.
^Renovateur and Lotion have the same purpose but the Lotion is less concentrated. The graisse is good for leather soles and workboots.
For the Cordovan Fans: http://www.tresbienshop.com/brand/trickers/teck-cordovan-derby http://www.tresbienshop.com/brand/trickers/mogano-cordovan-derby £595...
The big difference between this type of edges and the classic handrolled edges is that these are pressed, and I think that it depends from the weight of the fabric. However could also be a simple choice of the tiemaker. Both types of handstiched edges are called in Italian "orlino a mano".
Thanks guys @Spoo, yes it's mine and...I don't want to sell it
Is this soporific? A piece of art from Finamore: Unlined 9 fold repp tie, the bar tack is sewn at 30 (!) cm from the tip.
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Yes, the problem is clear, but I noticed that is more common on Veldt Shoes.
Seems to be a Veldtschoen boots, so it isn't the welt.Lots of Veldt resoled shoes looks like that with that irregular stitching, I don't know why.
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