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Something odd happened today...I was waiting on the tram when a guy walked by wearing a jacket that I recognized from one of the thrifts. Of course, he could have purchased the same jacket when they came out, but I doubt it. It was incredibly distinct and from the early '90s for sure. Has that happened to anyone else? Recognizing someone else's purchase from a thrift store??
I think you just broke the thread. Seriously, awesome!!!Incredible! It's almost like someone planted an Hermés tree and it was ready to harvest. That would be a blast to pick through a bin like that.
That was my thought. A hard 3 looks downright silly on me as I'm not tall enough to make it work. Yours is one of the few that I didn't find it distracting.
I know the pain. I recently had a women's (very) recent North Face down parka listed. I had 19 watchers and the viewers shot up in the last 10 minutes. After my "auction alarm" went off to alert me that everything was over, I click refresh on the tab and I had only gotten about a third of what I had expected and what completed listings had shown.
I picture your house with closets and chests full of tweed jackets, sort of spilling out of everywhere. Sounds like you had a hectic day, hopefully the week gets better!
I recently opened up an Etsy store to see what it was all about. I know some here are active on Etsy, so I'd be curious to hear their take on it. The listing process is fairly simple. They seem to charge .20USD (not sure why I'm paying in $ as opposed to €) per listing and 3.5% of the transaction. My goal is to move things that would otherwise go unnoticed on ebay. On ebay, the bulk of my sales go to Austrian and Germany. It's as cheap to send a small package to Germany...
Good to hear. Did you give them a handful of tweed on the way out the door?
Chet- INSANE haul! Awesome! Cotton Dockers: Well done on that Kiton! Your size, too? Bonus! Eazy - Coot fit!
I'll take the dark horse and say "Auto Repair for Dummies" and "Betting on Horse Racing for Dummies." Dr. Holdfast, please enlighten us.
I didn't know this thread existed either, but here it is:http://www.styleforum.net/t/272980/the-terrible-fashion-blog-thread/150_30Specifically, it begins at this post:http://www.styleforum.net/t/272980/the-terrible-fashion-blog-thread/150_30#post_6086232
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