- Sep 17, 2009
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Was there 4-5 days ago, now gone. Can anyone comment?
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Was just about to post to the cottonwork thread. Guess I'll post here instead:
What kind of material? If it's lighter like a poplin then you're gonna wrinkle a ton, no matter if it's $59 from CW or $400 from Gucci.
You're probably right. The dobby shirt wrinkles an insane amount. Is this to be expected from dobby? (I searched but couldn't find an answer to this). The other is oxford, which doesn't wrinkle as much as the dobby shirt.
I would like opinions. Am I being unreasonable? Is what CottonWork asking typical of any online shirt maker for this type of issue (store credit to cover return shipping costs)?CS,
Your instructions are unacceptable to me. What you're saying is: "We've messed up your shirt and if you want us to fix it, you'll need to buy another shirt from us (aka store credit)." This mistake is on CottonWork's part, and I should not have to shell out anymore money. While I had planned on ordering more shirts in the future, I certainly will not if this response is continued.
Here are the two options I find acceptable:
1. CottonWork to refund return shipping costs back to my credit card or
2. CottonWork to ship a new shirt constructed as per my measurements with no return of the original shirt.