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Need advice on leather repair in LA (Pics inside)

Steeze

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I somehow just developed a fairly large tear right along the shoulder seam in my Ferregamo lambskin jacket. I wear this puppy almost every day so I want to get it fixed as well as possible. Is this something a tailor can do or should I go to a shoe repair guy? Help!


 

GBer

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If it's a Ferragamo, go to a Ferragamo store. They should be able to help or at least give you guidance.
 

Shikar

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Try a slightly larger size next time......

Regards.
 

Steeze

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I'll see what they say at the ferregamo store today although I'm guessing there's a better, more economical option elsewhere. It fits perfectly and not tight at all, perfect in the shoulders might be the camera angle
 

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It's not too tight. I'm not sure why someone said it was.

Go to their store and politely complain about it. Maybe they'll even do it for free. Worked for me at Hugo Boss at Beverly Center when the back pocket of the jeans I bought off ebay for $20 started coming loose.
 

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