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It is too big, it is not the color. That is my opinion.
At this point, I am considering this case closed (well until I get my refund).
Per my request, I am sending everything back to loanstar for a full refund.
After I made this topic public, he then offered to fix it/have it fixed. I just feel there is too much that needs to be fixed, and the fabric is completely wrong. If it were the same fabric that the said it was going to be (and the fabric that's pictured in his thread, it might be a different story.
Not only that, I am compelled to believe that the flight suit and vest were made to a generic size, and not exactly tailored to my measurments. Again, my assumption, based on what loanstar had said to me , and they fact that the flight suit and vest both have a size tag (Size medium) sewn in. As he said: "You are the first customer that don´t like the work i did.
I made the vest exactly in the measurements you gave me , Size M.And what I have seen so far, is that it fits you."
Sorry, but I'm going to hijack the thread for a minute.
Jango doesn't have a neck seal like Boba, where did that come from?
in that picture he doesnt even have one...thats the collar from the flight suit...is that the standard excepted way to do it...cause i wasnt real sure about the neckseal either...as far as the jumpsuit..im going to try and lighten it up somehow cause the actual pattern looks real good to me. all the pictures ive seen is with him wearing only the jumpsuit collar..thats how i would go with it. got the neckseal before i really looked into it...was showing the pic for color reference only....
He did wear a balaclava
Very nice, I've never seen that photo.
well in reference to the flightsuit...i bit the bullet and started the lightening attempt. first time through was about 1/2 cup of bleach in a full oversized washer with warm water. I didnt want to go too hot because the suit really fits me well. It's a little big but not much at all and i didnt really want any shinkage. I'ts drying in delicates right now. out of the washer it still looked the same color so i needed to dry it to gage the actual shade due to the wetness obvioulsy making it darker. I may need to go again with maybe a cup of belach next time... I'll let you know
well dry it actually looks pretty good. Im not sure exactly how ligh it actually came due to bleach or just from washing...i noticed the suit kinda turned the machine water a blue tint just from being put in so the act of washing it may have lightened it up a bit. it's not totally dry but when it is ill don it and snap a shot for comparison with the original picture i took in the same lighting i took it in the first time. then i'll know if it did anything by washing it like i did.