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All prices include international shipping.1. Uniqlo 100% cotton peacoat size S. [[SPOILER]] $OLD2. Comme des Garcons Homme Deux shirt. Size XS. 100% cotton made in Japan. Has only been worn once. Mint condition. Very rare CdG line.$150 shipped3. Opening Ceremony Shawl Collar size XS, but fits like an S. Interior lining in Gray is made of wool/poly and removable. Outer is 100% cotton in Olive. Removable lining makes this jacket very versatile. Made in the USA. Love it but...
Prices include international shipping from Hong Kong (heavy). Might be able to give you a deal on multiple issues depending on your location, but shipping really kills it. Men's Ex, Feb 2013 $16 Men's Ex, Mar 2013 $16 Men's Ex, May 2014 $16 Men/s Ex, June 2014 $16 Popeye, Mar 2013 $14 Brutus Casa Mar 2013 $15 Clutch Oct 2013 $16 Clutch/Men's File Special Issue Feb 2014 $OLD Clutch May 2014 $16 Clutch June 2014 $16 Free & Easy Feb 2014 $OLD Free & Easy Jun 2014...
What are the prices like for a bespoke suit or jacket in Korea? I fly there a lot for business
It's an online marketplace like Taobao or Ebay.... the shops are run independently, Rakuten is just the platform. If they don't like international shipping, they probably don't offer it. But you can email the seller to ask.
What about their navy seersucker suit in cotton/silk? Would seem to be a better choice for an outdoor summer wedding
Sorry forgot a 0, should be 120,000
It depends on the style. In 254 I wear EU44 and in 235 I wear EU46. Shipping from Japan to HK is around 3,000 JPY. I just bought a blazer in their Aoyama shop-exclusive 254 cut with hand stitching details in Carlo Barbera fabric. 120,000 JPY and tax free. What a steal.
yes, they have their own Rakuten shop and the prices are Japan retail, same as in their shops
Depends on the price you're willing to pay, fabric MOQ, and country of production. I would guess the MOQ can be low as 100 pcs. Generally the customer takes care of logistics. The factory will handover the goods to the customer's nominated forwarder. In some cases, the factory can arrange this for the customer at extra cost of course.
It's interesting. On the nose, really sweet and vanilla-y. The taste is quite strong initially with a bitter finish. You definitely taste the Mizunara. I added a drop of water and it really opened up. More sweetness came through and less of the bitter finish. I really enjoyed this one and I believe there will be some bottles released in the US later this year.
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