Originally Posted by eddievddr10
to paraphrase sean combs "its all about the benjamins"
and to all the critics if you tell me you saw the same jackets and wouldn't buy them you are lying, listen it pays my bills and the jackets are fine as sportsjackets io dont know what made you guys the judge that it was part of a suit the brionis i agree were prob. part of a suit but i believe the kitons are sportsjackets
Eddie, Good for you! You found quite a Mullet, "chesterfieldjack" but he's apparently a well-off and happy Mullet. He's bought a bunch of Kiton items from theworldsfinest (a very reputable Ebay seller). Here's an example:http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=8424875865
Theworldfinest probably didn't have the Chutzpah to sell a similar Kiton "Sport Coat/orphaned suit coat" as yours. But you did! So their loss is your gain.
I don't think you will have much success convincing this Forum that a pin-striped jacket, especially a Kiton, is a sport coat, but essentially you are right. If someone buys it as such, and is happy(meaning he leaves positive Ebay Feedback), then you are successful and the buyer is a happy Mullet.
Someone once told me that if you sell something cheaply on Ebay, $.99 starting prices and no reserve(and no high $ Buy It Now), then you will sell it for a cheap price!!!
But if you sell it for an extremely high price with a very high Buy It Now, then you usually won't sell it but when you do, it's a Grand Slam. You would be surprised how often this formula works!
Eddie, you've realized one of the basic tenets of business success. Buy low and sell very high! (If you can)