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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by AriGold, Oct 4, 2012.

  1. jsimonovis413

    jsimonovis413 Senior Member

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    I don't know if im the only one who noticed this or if this doesn't matter at all, but it says MADE IN JAPAN, yet the care tag is in Korean.

    I know some products will have custom tags for different markets, Idk if SLP does it, let alone for Korea.
     


  2. jsimonovis413

    jsimonovis413 Senior Member

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    Really? I am a true 9UK and I always have to go down to 8UK with Lanvin.
     


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    I just found another post that someone share about the chain jeans in black. The product is the same(attached photo) with the one on the white label the cover the original label. I think japan and korea has the same way with adding its own label in luxury goods. but other than that, any other suspicious thing you found? Thxxx[​IMG]
     
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  4. jsimonovis413

    jsimonovis413 Senior Member

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    No, just that.

    It's hard because I lived in Korea and learned two things: Koreans love love love fashion, koreans are really, really, really good at making fakes
     


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    newera90 Well-Known Member

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    Yea...i am buying from a Korean seller, he told me all product bought from Korea department store would have this attached with import clothing.seems like a legit pair, asked multiple people and most people think it is legit.
     


  6. jsimonovis413

    jsimonovis413 Senior Member

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    Yeah, if they are legit they were bought from a Department Store as they tend to carry all the designers. I think Galleria, Lotte and Shinsegae carry SLP. Not many stand-alone boutiques like in the US or Europe.
     


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    so i recently bought these shoes from a sl store. they fit slightly large when i tried them on in the store but i didnt mind because i felt like i needed that extra space. well after trying them again in my house, i started noticing more heel slippage and my feet were kinda swimming inside uncomfortably. well it seems like i need to clean my floor more often because i found these tiny little dents on the bottom of the shoe. do you think i can still return/exchange them for a smaller size or am i doomed?

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  8. needhelp123

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    probably they won't allow, first thing they check is the heel, cuz it scratches SOO easily even if you try it on your carpet, little thing rub on it and that's it dent scratch w/e
     


  9. gooosu

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    yea figures.. its weird because i remember the jodhpurs being kind of small last season but now it fits a half size larger.
     


  10. SirGrotius

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    They won't accept it, especially as I see the sticker has been peeled off. It just looks a bit ghetto now on the bottom.

    Have you tried any inserts? Tons of people buy boots too big because they are tight at stores and then they have slippage and then there's an insert market. It's not like you're going to be wearing them on hiking trips, so you should be fine.
     


  11. gooosu

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    any recommendations?
     


  12. Sunny23

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    Tell them you tried them on in their store and that was it. Here is some pics of my new destroyed and jodhpurs

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  13. gooosu

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    nice fit! you think they would allow me an exchange for a smaller size? hah
     


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    Yeah, those honestly don't look like they've ever been worn, certainly not outside on concrete. Department stores are usually pretty lenient about their return policy, so if you just want to exchange for a smaller size I doubt you'll have a problem.
     


  15. gooosu

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    I'm hoping for that. Should I explain to them what happened, or say they don't fit well and i'd like to exchange for a smaller size?
     


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