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For sale is a BNWT Brioni 100% silk, hand-made in Italy tie. Tie at the widest part is 3.5", length is 59". Absolutely beautiful tie. Picked up two, but decided to keep one for myself. Price is $115 $105 including shipping CONUS, international buyer please add $5. Payment by Paypal (if via regular payment + 4% fee).
Shoes are still for sale, will ship to Canada for actual shipping cost.
Collar and cuffs are clean, shirt has no stain no damage.
Allen Edmonds Park Avenue, black in size 9.5D. Left toe has some scuff, which is shown in picture 4. Shoes still have a lot of life left as I had only worn them a handful of times before realizing they are the wrong size for me. Shoes and laces only, no box, shoe trees not included. Price includes shipping in CONUS. Payment via Chase QuickPay or Paypal plus 3%. $100 $85 OBO.
Most/all of these guys have personal stylists who tell them what to wear. That's why you see the big change in style from draft night to free agency signing.
Size 15.5 RLBL white dress shirt with stripes, french cuffs, 100% cotton made in Italy. Worn twice and came to the sad realization that RLBL 15.5 is just too slim for me. Shirt has never been altered so standard RLBL sleeve lengths. Price includes shipping CONUS. Prefer Chase QuickPay, but will accept paypal. $65 $60 $50 OBO. shoulder to shoulder - 18.5" pit to pit - 21.5" sleeve length - 35" Please let me know if any other measurement is required.
nice watch and nice links
could've sworn there was more to my post....anyway, what I thought I wrote was that I wouldn't take the return at this point if it was me.
allaboutshoes, count yourself lucky that the buyer is still trying to the get shoes on discount that he can't get elsewhere. This is the only reason he is 'working with you' to reach a solution. True, he can easily contact his CC and get the full refund, but he still has to return the shoes or the charge back will be reversed (I was taught this lesson by a sneaky seller and because I was stupid, but that's a story for another time). Plus, the buyer would then have to...
is it out of the question for the buyer to just turn around and sell the shoes in question to recoup most, if any, lose?
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