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Incoming Westminster in Dark Oak:
I have a scan of a close relative to the Dover in Edwardian Antique (The Ecton):Pics are from Leffot
Here is an example of the Dover in maple, not really a fan of the color myself. Edwardian looks allot more appealing to me personally:
I have basically had two different fitters from two different flagship stores of the same brand advise me differently for the same last.Going by measurements my left foot is a something like a 5.9 length wise left and 6.4 right.The one advised me to size down and go for the UK6E, his logic was that the shoe on the larger for would naturally stretch the leather width wise to a good fit. It is a fact that due to the heat your foot gives off and the pressure you apply to them...
One more thing did you buy shoe trees for the shoes? Using shoe trees correctly shall also reduce creasing allot by stretching them back to their original shape.
Looks to me that the shoes are too large for you. Faint creasing is normal on well fitted quality shoes, deep creasing after only a few wears is a tell tale of ill fitting shoes.I have the same issue that one shoes creases more then the other. In my case this is because my left foot is a size UK6E and my right foot is a size UK6.5E and I was advised a UK7E by two sales reps that did not know what they where talking about. In men it is very common, the dominant foot is...
I am not sure if you can get you money back, but you can probably have the order changed to something else as long as the factory has not cut the uppers yet. I have personally had an order changed after 4 weeks of ordering an MTO at E.G.
It is not bad manners to say you don't like ones style on a forum that is dedicated to discussing style.If a subject could look better by loosing some weight, and someone states that, then that is imho honest and constructive criticism that if taken could dramatically help improve ones overall appearance. Pretending that all is well (while you actually think it is not) will not help the subject one bit, polite some may find, helpful and constructive I think not.Anyway,...
Disagree with you.People on styleforum are forever critiqued when they outfit does not suit their physique, here are a couple of examples:- bad fit because the subject is overweight- bad fit / sub par look because of sloped shoulders- bad fit because of short stature in combination with outfit (e.g.: DB suits)- color of outfit does not work well with ones complexionNobody beets an eyelid here on SF when that happens? Why all the commotion when it comes to tatts and...
I am not a native English speaker, so the way I express my self in English might seem a bit strange/unconventional to ones that are native English speakers.But I guess my English is a lot better the your Dutch.
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