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lilnatcat
I bought a pair of soft leather boots a while back, however...... it seems that after wearing it for a few times, the left boot is more creased looking than the right boot....

I thought that it was perfectly normal at first.... but it looks weird now how the left boot is really creased & the right 1 looks perfectly fine?!

Has anybody experienced this before?
Mickey
Uh, no. Could be that your left foot pushes off the ground more when you walk.
butre
you drag that foot.
YDG
Crease the other side.
creole
fkc health, make fashion work.



WALK WALK FASHION BABY, WORK IT MOVE THAT BITCH CRAZY.
Mickey
LMAO, who said anything about health? Read the topic before infesting it with Gaga.
Blyat
Did the boots look different when you bought them? or did you not notice at the time
moorepocket
yes, my right dress shoe has more crease/wrinkle where my foot bend.
AbbeyMarie
My tend to too. But I walk like a f*cking crippled with shoes on.
lilnatcat
And to think that Victoria Beckham's choice of footwear was extreme enough in height.... Lady Gaga takes it to the next level.... pinch.gif

It didn't look any different when I purchased the boots.

I talked to my friend before, she said it looks more like bent leather rather than creases from wearing it... probably my bad storage of it made the left boot look like it got run over by a car...

It looks like a disaster....o...m....g.... ohmy.gif

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2777/439216...9a8d9ba61_m.jpg


QUOTE(deadmellotron @ Feb 27 2010, 12:57 PM) *
Crease the other side.

^ like deadmellotron said..... I am still currently trying to make the right boot like that... LoL!
creole
QUOTE(Mike @ Feb 27 2010, 10:23 AM) *
LMAO, who said anything about health? Read the topic before infesting it with Gaga.


freedom of expression. kloveu
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