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post #1 of 21
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What is the first thing that your search for on ebay when you login. For me I always do a "Oakley" search
post #2 of 21
Purple Label thongs... damn guy outbid me last time...
post #3 of 21
Whatever sport coats or suits are in my size (42L, 34W x 34L) are ending soonest. I like to see if there's anything I can swoop in on at the last minute, especially stuff that's misspelled or misidentified.
post #4 of 21
Oakley's are tacky American eyewear. All my important searches, I feed to the eBay automated searcher that will send me email notifications when new postings match my criteria. I have one setup for "Ben Silver".
post #5 of 21
I always do four quick searches, using "newly listed" for: Lobb "Edward Green" Sulka "Paul Stuart" The first 3 are usually fast, as new shoe listings in my size (12/13) are rare, and nice Sulka items are rare too. Paul Stuart is hit or miss, but occasionally some great finds.
post #6 of 21
Churchs shoes, Bladen jackets or pocket squares depending on my mood.
post #7 of 21
Usually it is: Oxxford "Paul Stuart" "jensen cufflinks" My employer recently blocked ebay and a number of other sites in the office so my time is more limited now.
post #8 of 21
Thread Starter 
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Oakley's are tacky American eyewear. All my important searches, I feed to the eBay automated searcher that will send me email notifications when new postings match my criteria. I have one setup for "Ben Silver".
Oakley is more that just eyewear. Their principal activities are to design, manufacture and distribute consumer products. These products include performance and prescription eyewear, athletic equipment, apparel, footwear and watches. The Group operates through two segments: The Wholesale segment consists of design, manufacture and distribution of the products to wholesale customers in the US and international. The Retail segment includes the operations of the retail stores located throughout the US in retail stores, two outlet stores, optical stores, sunglass retailers, specialty sports stores for bikes, surfs, skis and golf, athletic footwear and sporting goods stores. The Group has 800 trademarks. The Group operates in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Mexico, Japan and Canada.
post #9 of 21
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My employer recently blocked ebay and a number of other sites in the office so my time is more limited now.
As long as he doesn't touch the StyleForum...
post #10 of 21
Dries van Noten, Margiela, Costume, Varvatos, Baltazar, Yoko Devereaux, Ron Herman (for Ron Herman vintage), Corpus (nothijng yet), A.P.C., (Neil) Barrett, Helmut Lang, Jil Sander, and whatever else strikes my fancy. Newly listed first.
post #11 of 21
divinely-etched toast
post #12 of 21
A number of LA guy's plus various obscure or defunct men's shops including Maus & Hoffman, Mr. Guy, Battaglia, New Republic, Chipp, Capper & Capper. Also looking for dress boots in my size, especially in a jodphur or western-by-way-of-Italy style. Last term is not really searchable, of course. It's like Justice Stewart's definition of pornography: "I know it when I see it."
post #13 of 21
These days, "kiton"; in years past -- before knowing anything about shoes: "ferragamo 13".
post #14 of 21
First, suits and sport jackets in my size, then Lorenzini shirts, then french cuffed shirts. I then go down to pants and shoes. Occasionally cuff links. These days, however, most categories have been flooded with cheap articles with fake Italian-sounding names.
post #15 of 21
among others: peter geeson conway stewart, yard-o-led or caran d'ache fountain pens (all out of my price range) out of print books including "alan flusser" "the man" to find clothes and the man.
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