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The fold on the left side just stays when I walk in the shoes. When I pull the tongue, the fold improves, but the moment I let go of the tongue, the crease comes back.
After waiting 4 weeks for handcrafting, I just received my pair of new gobi's. Unfortunately, right away, I noticed the crease (or a big fold) on the left upper leather. The difference between the left and the right sides are really apparent to me. Would you just keep the shoes, thinking that w/ more wear, creases will develop naturally? Or would you return the shoes?
You guys have convinced me. Like most of you guys, if I buy something, I want to make sure it's of adequate quality that I would enjoy. Something that I can wear confidently for several years. Since there are LOTS of resources on getting a decent suit at an affordable price, I will definitely do my research on that, e.g. the ebay route, MTM, etc.
Just wanted to see what others thought. That is all I really haven't had to wear suits once, but maybe that is telling of how much more casual attire is becoming with the new generation. I just didn't like the idea of buying something that I don't want to have, as long as wearing a blazer doesn't offend others. But points well taken.
Hi guys, I need guidance as I face a dilemma. My situation: - I'm a third year medical student in much debt ($200+k), who is interested in dressing well. - In about 6 months, I will be preparing for residency interviews. So I will need a suit, or appear to have one. - As a doctor, you never wear a suit at the hospital, since you wear a white coat. - I'm already poor, and I only have one pair of black PA's so far and am looking hard on ebay for my second pair (burgundy or...
I think he does four in hand. I just emailed David Hober about the circumstance. I'm excited!
I'm getting it shipped to me. I won't leave until end of June, so I'm hoping that it will arrive on time.
And as for the color choice, he pretty much ONLY wears shades of blue, :shrug: so I figured I will take one step at a time by going with a different material but similar conservative color.
Dice has been tossed. We shall see! If he doesn't love it but only kind of likes it, then I may keep it for myself...!
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