Everybody's Fashion
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CQ Leather Leather dress shoes are meant to be closely fitted to your foot and eventually mold themselves to it. If a shoe doesn’t fit properly, that can’t happen, and you’ll not only end up with ugly creases and cracks in your shoe, you can also hurt yourself
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Penny M
Makarska, Croatia20 contributions
Apr 2013 • Family
I had a pair of Vans style shoes made for my son and within 2 days they were falling apart. I took them back to the shop and they appeared to fix the problem but after 1 more wear the shoes are coming apart at the same place. Avoid this shop.
Written April 17, 2013
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Mokeymoo
Ballarat, Australia4 contributions
Nov 2011 • Couples
This is a terrible, terrible business. I would not really recommend getting shoes made in Hoi An. The clothes are fantastic, but on the whole, the shoes aren't so great. After going through many of the shoe stores in Hoi An, we eventually decided this shop looked quite good. It was a very large store, and there were a few people picking up their shoes when we were there, who seemed very happy. We went back the next morning, and spent an hour so discussing the details of the shoes we wanted.they assured us they could be made. I even offered to draw pictures, but the girls assured me they understood what I wanted. The quote was $250 for three pairs of shoes - not particularly cheap, but not too bad either. That was more than I could afford, so while I tried to decide which pair not to get made, the price steadily came down to $210. Still more than I had wanted to spend, but it was good value, so I agreed. Stupidly, we then paid up front.

Later that day, we walked past the store to hear a tourist and the shop owner screaming at each other. Eventually she stormed off, screaming "it's just not right" while he yelled swear words after her.

The next day, we returned for our shoe fitting at 4pm. We were leaving town at 8pm that night. The shop owner advised us that the glue on the soles had not yet dried, and we should come back at 5:30. When we returned, we were presented with two of the three pairs of shoes. My partner's boots looked fantastic, although they were too tight. The shop owner got very aggro, insisting that they would soften in time. We decided to give them a chance to soften, so I tried on my shoes. They were not exactly what I had asked for, but still looked ok. I tried them on, and they really did not fit. Long story short, the shop girls got into an argument with the owner, and eventually convinced him to fix them for me. I was then informed the other shoes were still drying, and I could not see them because they were still at the tailor.

Cutting the story short, when I got back, neither of my shoes fitted, including the ones that had been adjusted to fit me, and it was 8pm, one hour before we were supposed to leave. The boots that had not been ready earlier were completely wrong, nothing like what I had asked for, and did not fit at all. When I asked about the other shoes, they said they had already fixed them once, and would not fix them again.

Very unhappy with the service, we said that we would take my partners boots, but needed a refund for mine because the were completely useless to us. They refused, and things turned really ugly. I was spat on, had a chair thrown at me, and elbowed in the face. To be fair, I was yelling and screaming at this stage, but at no point made physical contact with anyone. They were rude, aggressive, and refused to give me back any money.

It was a terrible experience. I have since seen a few bad reviews of this store online since, and wish we had read them sooner. I feel very stupid for paying up front, and trusting that these people would do the right thing by me. I hope this review can help protect others from the experience we had.
Written December 11, 2011
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Lauren W
Cardiff, UK19 contributions
Sep 2016 • Couples
I feel like a fool.

I went inside 'I Love Shoes' because there seemed to be a broad selection of jackets and that was what I was looking for.
Their leather selection was great and we were offered a reasonable price if we purchased two jackets there and then (one male and one female). They were measuring us up before we'd even agreed to buy anything and were incredibly pushy. We had been in a few shops already but liked the leather here so agreed to a good price.
This is when the problems started.
They wanted payment in full immediately-naturally we declined after reading some horror stories from other tailors and after negotiations we payed half each. The male jacket was more than my jacket because it would need to be broader.
When we went back the next day we found only one jacket had been made which coincidentally was mine - the cheaper one. They said they didn't have the leather for the other one but as I was 'big like a boy' (thanks) the price had gone up from the one quoted after measuring me the day before and the deposit for the other jacket took it to exactly the right amount. $50 more than we had been quoted for my jacket. The jacket was a mess, it was way too small in the arms, too big in the body, the stitching was a mess and the collars and hens were uneven. So we went back again, and again, and again. The girl wouldn't let me tell her what I wanted to fix because "I am a tailor, I know, you not need tell me". As I didn't have time to mess around I insisted that she listen to me but no improvements were being made. My heart sank every time I went into the shop. The new price made it a similar price to what I could get in England but the quality was far inferior. Eventually I told them that I wanted my money back. After all their slogan is "No like=No Pay". The owner of the shop screamed and shouted at us and told us that the money was nothing to westerners and that we were just being picky and should accept poor quality because it is hand made. I've never been screamed at the way this man did, he was like a mad man.
The girl then told us that THEY ARE NOT TAILORS- they outsource all of the work to a factory and the real tailor came and saw the jacket on me and made adjustments as the owner point blank refused my refund.
The jacket looked okay when I left the shop, not great but passable. Now I'm back home I have worn the jacket 4 times and the stitching has come apart, there are tram marks in it and it looks a mess.

I tried to research the shop before I went inside but it must have just changed its name so I couldn't find anything so I have requested that trip advisor update the name to I Love Shoes so that nobody makes the same costly mistake as me.
Written November 6, 2016
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kratividanula
Zurich, Switzerland6 contributions
Jun 2012 • Solo
I ordered two pairs of shoes yesterday (one of their samples and another from a web picture) and i remembered after went out of the shop to check for some reviews and when i found the above reviews i was like "i,m sooo stupid,i've payrd already and i,m leaving tomorrow!!"....well i went there today and the both sandals are pretty good,one of them are not exactly what i asked for but i like them!!they fit perfectly!! I,ve payed 60 dolares for the 2 pairs,i cant expect much quality but they really seem very nice!!! I think the relation quality- price is pretty good!!the woman from the shop was also very nice all the time !
Written June 17, 2012
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Glampacking
187 contributions
Nov 2014
If you're thinking of buying shoes at this place, RUN away!! Sadly I bought a couple of mens shoes here and I must say I've never been more disappointed.

The sole went of after the first time I used them, and everything about the shoe reeks of bad quality.

Searched the net to find some reviews about this place; only thing I found was a store with a different name, but the same address with horrible reviews.

You have been warned!

(I heard that the same people also run another shoeshop called Duy in the next street. Never went there and never will!)
Written November 21, 2014
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sharon b
8 contributions
The worst place in hoi an. I bought there sandals. The worst quality, the women were agressive and only cared about the money. When I told them Im not happy with the sandalds they made, they told me it doesnt metter because they have a lot of other costumer. Do not go there.
Written July 17, 2014
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Monica M
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia117 contributions
Sep 2012 • Family
When in Hoi An shopping look up at the sign and name of store. Don't even enter this store. I wish I'd read reviews of shops before going in. Only go with Tripadvisor recommendations. In every case where we researched (hotels, restaurants) we had amazing experiences. I just didn't think to research shopping places in Hoi An.
Long story short: ordered shoes for my little boy, went to collect the next day, too small, told to return in an hour. I didn't believe they could make new shoes in an hour. They didn't, they'd been stretched. I saw the stretcher. They refused a refund, male owner got extremely aggressive, I was scared, my husband had to step in, owner had to be held back by wife and daughter, my husband calmly tried to talk to him. The guy is totally nuts. I went outside and tried to call the police, we finally left and left our money. Reported him to the hotel. Now I've read reviews here I see this man is dangerous. Buy clothes in Hoi An, don't bother with shoes. They aren't the best - we had some copies of Vans made elsewhere (shop 2 doors up called 'Handbags and shoes) but they look like homemade copies.
Written September 27, 2012
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Bellastredwick
Launceston, Australia9 contributions
This place is mind boggling! There would be over 5,000 different types of shoes and that's no exaggeration! The ladies there are so nice and will go out of their way to make sure everything is perfect. They custom make the shoe to your foot so it's very handy when I have two different sized feet! They are really cheap and comfortable and a genuine leather! A real bargain!
Written September 14, 2012
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James A
19 contributions
Mar 2017 • Couples
The address is 718 Hai Ba Trung St, Hoi An, as shown in the picture above. I had a pair of sandles made here. They fit well and appear to have good workmanship. Negotiated a price of 1,700,000 dng (A$100) for them and left a deposit of 1,000,000dng. They were ready at the appointed time, and I requested to pay in full by Visa with a refund of the deposit, which they readily agreed to. The total amount was increased by 5% (normal), but it was only later that I realised they had charged me US$105, a 25% overcharge at the present exchange rate. My fault for not checking at the time of paying, but I will never go back there, and strongly recommend you avoid this trader because of this dishonesty.
I have yet to see if these sandals go the distance.
Written March 26, 2017
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Jim D
Alkmaar, The Netherlands31 contributions
Dec 2015 • Couples
We had friendly help but a little pushy. Just be clear what you want and how you want it. We choose 2 bags and at that moment the negotiation starts. At this moment you must choose a maximum price for yourself we are satisfied with the total price. Two days later we could pick up the bags. Everything was fine and they keep their promises. The bags are really good quality.
Written December 30, 2015
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