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Alright eBayers, looking for some help. I purchased a lot of 25+ ties on eBay from a dude in Ukraine with pretty bad photos for a fairly cheap amount per tie, but still a decent cost given the volume. I received them today and there's some nice ties in the lot, but overall I'm pretty disappointed and hoping to get some advice/help from the forum: 1) To start, they were shipped overseas balled up in a padded envelope as shown here. No box or anything to protect them from...
A couple recent pickups I was excited about Ppu $8.99 - true thrift Ppu $15 - ethrift. Not the greatest deal but my size and hardly worn.
Isn't a 10 yr old Zegna suit going to have the updated Label and Roma/Mila fit? I usually fetch more than $110 for those preowned. I just saw a dead stock zegna tuxedo with that label show up at my local tj maxx and it sold for $799, and I've also seen that Label at Nordstrom Rack. Just saying if that's the Label they come with many people wouldn't view them as 10 yrs old
+1. If the alternative is keeping that $18k in the stock market or invested elsewhere, id take the risk/reward of the suits any day.
Is there a website or any other guidance that help describe what to look for in vintage polo? If I saw that in a store I would have no idea it was anything special.
Ok, except you. You built up a business that few, if any, have been able to replicate, and obviously have some incredible skills to have accomplished that. My point is, any business with low costs to enter are going to have a hard time finding the right personnel to grow the business to the next level, without making some sort of sacrifice.
I'm late to the Linda debate, but to add my 2 cents... can any of you imagine hiring an employee, or multiple, at $10-$15 per hour, teaching them everything you know about brands, market values, photography, and marketing, then still be able to afford them when they realize they can just go off and do their own thing?  And that's assuming you can even find someone at $10-$15 per hour that has the motivation to do all of the above.  Its like expecting a back room thrift...
Holy fugg, this is top 3 all time find for me. After taking a 2-3 yr break from hitting thrift stores, it hasn't taken long to remind me why it's awesome. NIB - a quick eBay search looks like $800 - $1,100. Probably keeping.
If solid gray, a full suit, and in nice condition on the outside I would
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