Hanging by a weft…

Remember this?

A couple of weeks later it is now this:

I probably should have taken it in for repairs a bit earlier…

Still, the rip is not complete, so a full patch won’t be necessary.

Very close to the end of the competition, and hopefully I’ll have a final set of contest photos up in a couple of weeks πŸ™‚

P.S. Don’t leave it too late – prevention is less expensive and cosmetically superior to a cure!


5 thoughts on “Hanging by a weft…

  1. You’ll be jealous; I walked into an Americana shop that I just happened to pass here in Tokyo; they had Lone Wolf boots, plenty of brands I know nothing about, and expensive denim. My wallet cringed at the prices there!

      1. No… I didn’t know what to get and it was quite pricey. If you have some good recommendations I might go searching, but I really didn’t want to walk into a shop and by some Sugar Canes or something without really knowing what I was picking up, and what it should cost. Most physical stores have more markup than online, which is fair enough because I can try it there, but I’m not paying double for something. Also, having an idea about sizing beforehand would be good! πŸ™‚

      2. Mmm, I reckon if you can find a pair of Studio D’Artisan jeans in their 103 cut or one the The Flat Head’s slimmer models, you should go for it!
        Aim for < 25,000 yen for either if possible πŸ™‚

      3. Thanks! I will do that. I’ll have a look around when I get the chance. I might go back to that other place. I am leaving Tokyo tomorrow morning, so we’ll see how I go with things… I’ll be back again later in the trip.

        I found some really cheap leather boots today! πŸ™‚

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