I just bought a Charvet dress shirt from the mini-boutique in Bergdorf Goodman, and it looks like there are little puncture points around the shoulder areas. Both shoulders have them, on both sides (front and back), and while they're covered by a jacket, are pretty apparent and noticeable without one (I frequently take my jacket off). I'm pretty sure the salesman just took the shirt out of the plastic for me, so it probably wasn't ever tried on before. I assume the marks/tiny holes are from those toothed plastic clips used to keep the shirt folded. Do those things always create a problem, and if so, when you guys buy shirts (I know they do this at Turnbull & Asser as well) do you just ignore this? Would those puncture points potentially cause loose threading when I wash the shirt? There is also what looks like a line of dirt along one of the folded creases from the shirt being folded. Should I return it or am I just being obsessive about small imperfections on a new shirt?
Edited by newyorknoir - 11/25/12 at 8:37pm