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I told TM these boots would have broad appeal.Those boots make @ThunderMarch a target! Heck, he is at risk from even his own platoon mates.
Having said that, i did drop by Seamless Bespoke to pick up a pair of pants today and inquired on the boot. Apparently there is great interest in this special make up and there has been a number of orders placed this past week already from customers around the globe.
I have the same loafers. Like them a lot. I would also take both since they are on sales. Going forward no more EB RTW from Seamless Bespoke as they will only do MTO and GMTO. Grab it while you can.These two EBs are also on sale at Seamless. Both fit amazing and I am torn which to go for. Price is very tempting too. Thoughts guys?
but won't they get creased after you wear them anyways?Fyi I purchased one of the bonafes from the seamless bespoke sale, and they gave me a quite poor condition floor sample. I completely stripped it with renomat and put on a fresh layer of polish. This gave it life, but the numerous creases on one shoe are going to remain always. Still a nice looking shoe, but I won't lie that I was disappointed. I'll stick with vendors that indicate their floor samples as such.
Yes.. but a floor sample should be labeled as such or include a warning with all sale items like Steve Yoo does saying shoes could have been tried on. Retailers like linnegatan will send you pictures of sale shoes before shipping them to make you aware of the condition. With multiple buying options and retailers, it is one way to make customers loyal.but won't they get creased after you wear them anyways?