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post #31171 of 33195
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Originally Posted by Veremund View Post

Sure, it'll do. smile.gif

Thanks for your reply what do you think to the fit generally? smile.gif
post #31172 of 33195
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Originally Posted by iloveshirts View Post

Thanks for your reply what do you think to the fit generally? smile.gif

I think, with your hands in your pockets, it looks terrible. Take your hands out, take another picture, and never put your hands back in your pockets again. biggrin.gif

All kidding aside, take another pick without your hands in your pockets.
post #31173 of 33195
Is a Drop 8L in Isaia jackets mean it is a sized Long jacket?

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post #31174 of 33195
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Originally Posted by Veremund View Post

I think, with your hands in your pockets, it looks terrible. Take your hands out, take another picture, and never put your hands back in your pockets again. biggrin.gif

All kidding aside, take another pick without your hands in your pockets.

Here's me without my hands in my pockets what do you think now? smile.gif


Here's another pic!


Edited by iloveshirts - 8/31/15 at 12:20pm
post #31175 of 33195
Looking for a pair of black longwings with antique or natural trim. Does anyone have any ideas ?
post #31176 of 33195

So I found a dirt cheap pair of Alden's, and I'm conflicted on whether or not to buy them. The leather uppers are in good condition, the soles aren't that bad, and they fit like a glove. Only problem is they have some really bad creases on the fronts. Should I pass on these? I'd definitely take the gamble if there was a chance of nursing these back to good health.

 

I've heard that there is a method for removing/diminishing creases using a shoe tree, some shoe cream, and a blowdryer/iron. Anyone know if it actually works?

 

 

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post #31177 of 33195
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Originally Posted by iloveshirts View Post

Here's me without my hands in my pockets what do you think now? smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Here's another pic!
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Sleeves look fine in the first picture, but shirt sleeves look too long/jacket sleeves look too short in the second picture....

Looks like you are almost about to fall over in the second pic too.
post #31178 of 33195
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Originally Posted by Churchill W View Post

Sleeves look fine in the first picture, but shirt sleeves look too long/jacket sleeves look too short in the second picture....

Looks like you are almost about to fall over in the second pic too.

Yes I think the shirt sleeves are too long and yeah for some strange reason I didn't realise I was tilting to one side in the second pic.

Do you think this suit as it stands is accepetable to wear for an interview?

I wore it out last night and got quite a few compliements from the ladies haha!
post #31179 of 33195
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Originally Posted by ryankm View Post
 

So I found a dirt cheap pair of Alden's, and I'm conflicted on whether or not to buy them. The leather uppers are in good condition, the soles aren't that bad, and they fit like a glove. Only problem is they have some really bad creases on the fronts. Should I pass on these? I'd definitely take the gamble if there was a chance of nursing these back to good health.

 

I've heard that there is a method for removing/diminishing creases using a shoe tree, some shoe cream, and a blowdryer/iron. Anyone know if it actually works?

 

 

CreasesBruh.jpg 159k .jpg file

In my opinion, that creasing isn't that bad for a used shoe. There's a lot of life in those left, and if you take proper care of them, they'll last a long time for you.

post #31180 of 33195

Know what, you're right. They aren't as bad as I made them out to be, and at the price I found them at it'd be worth it to take a flyer on them regardless. Still would like some info on whether it's possible to lessen the visibility of creases like that.

post #31181 of 33195

Know what, you're right. They aren't as bad as I made them out to be, and at the price I found them at it'd be worth it to take a flyer on them regardless. Still would like some info on whether it's possible to lessen the visibility of creases like that.

post #31182 of 33195

Know what, you're right. They aren't as bad as I made them out to be, and at the price I found them at it'd be worth it to take a flyer on them regardless. Still would like some info on whether it's possible to lessen the visibility of creases like that.

post #31183 of 33195

Know what, you're right. They aren't as bad as I made them out to be, and at the price I found them at it'd be worth it to take a flyer on them regardless. Still would like some info on whether it's possible to lessen the visibility of creases like that.

post #31184 of 33195
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Originally Posted by iloveshirts View Post

Yes I think the shirt sleeves are too long and yeah for some strange reason I didn't realise I was tilting to one side in the second pic.
Do you think this suit as it stands is accepetable to wear for an interview?

The suit is perfectly fine. Now you need a shirt that has the right length sleeves. And you don't need French cuffs, get a simple white or blue shirt with normal sport cuffs.
post #31185 of 33195
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Originally Posted by ryankm View Post

Know what, you're right. They aren't as bad as I made them out to be, and at the price I found them at it'd be worth it to take a flyer on them regardless. Still would like some info on whether it's possible to lessen the visibility of creases like that.

Shoe trees, conditioner, and polish should help. But creases are entirely natural in shoes, they'll never go away entirely.
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