Originally Posted by TRINI
There's no value in going to a bespoke or store tailor to get simple things like hems done or shirts slimmed, etc.
Stitch-It can handle all of that.
I wanted to test the water and see their work.
Originally Posted by wetnose
There're actually a lot of people who want to try things on personally and are perfectly happy to pay full retail. In the same mall is a Brooks Brothers whose Black Fleece collection is actually expanding. Who would have thought it?
Well, I think buying a suit vs. a pair of shoes is different to many people. They may spend a ton on a suit. But when it comes to shoes, they may look for something less...
Go to all the stores (and dressed the part) that you want to work in and speak directly to the manager. I did that when I was in high school. I didn't have any sales experience but the manager gave me a chance on the spot.
Originally Posted by xchen
Call me crazy but I would never put snoseal or polish on shell cordovan.
+1. I thought (by conventional SF thinking) that you should not put anything on cordovan. I see you are applying it on the welt. Does the cordovan absorb any snoseal? Or are you simply rubbing it off when you brush/buff it?