Alas, not an option. See my loco.
The aforementioned group is very good group to start with, no doubt about it. Although, we would be remiss if we didn't mention The_Denim_Vault as well, I find his offerings to be outstanding. Now if you run across a fellow with the handle of "rl_store" my best advice would be to hold on to your wallet....
...And The_Denim_Vault will never sell you anything, because you have been on his blocked/banned list for quite some time. You should definitely stick to the sellers who only offer outlet store pricing, within your meager budget of course.
ETA: Looking over JAMEZSR's items/feedback.. he only bought 1 item from Silvio in the last 12 months and primarily uses ebay to flog his used Forever21 and C-3PO starwars craps. Big spender!!! How will The_Denim_Vault ever survive without you???
Everything you posted is completely wrong.
I have been posting and following this thread since page1 (try to guess my old username) as well as the thread on SuFu and DenimBros. I have sold to Rhythm and a number of other Japanese resellers in the past and in exchange I have permission to use their photos, that is why I give them discounts. Less than 5% of my photos are from Rhythm. I see plenty of users post their photos in this thread, without permission.
I have also ever used Whodini's and StanleyVanBuuren's photos once and have credited them in the listing for their fit pic and taken it down when they PMed me about it immediately, SVB never had any issue with it. I see just the other day user Potamkincitylimits stole a bunch of photos from Japanese blog to put on his own blog and was given numerous thumbs up for it, so don't you also find that questionable or does it only apply to resellers? Deez Nuts frequently steals stock photos from RL.com to sell his items as do many Japanese resellers, and ebay sellers alike pretty sure that is also questionable. As long as the same item gets delivered as promised and nobody gets scammed, I don't see a problem with it.
Contrary to what you might think, not every buyer is a cheapskate looking for the best price, some people value a large selection, rare sizes, rare items, fast service and authentic products and choose to generously support certain sellers whom they appreciate or want to see become successful. Something called ebay "feedback" speaks for itself. None of the aforementioned sellers need the approval of SF, nor do they need your business.
None of my prices are inflated. They are offered at or below MSRP, sometimes significantly below MSRP depending on the market demand for the item. Obviously if my prices were overinflated, I would not sell 1,000+ items a year both through eBay and Paypal directly. Why don't you just let the market decide what's overpriced and what isn't? It's a free market, this isn't the USSR. If you have a problem with the MSRP or prices of RRL, cry to Ralph Lauren about it, they set the prices.
In fact, give me your ebay usename so I can add it to my BBL just in case we ever "cross paths." You would be hard pressed to find ANY eBay seller or any Japanese reseller that has a real "connection" to the brand, even Bluepresent and RL_Store, is just an outlet reseller who sells for above MSRP. Same with your precious Silvio, Goldlabel, clientelekid.. more outlet reseller with no "connection" to the brand, because they offer products at 70% off that you can actually afford, you will overlook the same issue you have with sellers who value the brand and aren't desperate for lunch-money.
Also since 2007/2008, I have had hundreds of RRL items for sale, I'm pretty sure I have been following this brand longer than most, so your point is moot.