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All Sold, Thanks!

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 
ALL SOLD, THANKS!

1. MMM Line 14 Slim Navy Wool Suit, Size US40/Eu50 (fits slim)
SOLD

2. MMM Line 10 White Dress Shirt, Size US40/Eu50 (fits larger, see measurements below)
SOLD.
post #2 of 13
The 900 BIN takes some balls considering what you got it for, but I wish you the best of luck. It certainly is a nice piece.
post #3 of 13
I saw this on Yoox and didn't buy it. Not sure what I was thinking there.
post #4 of 13
You seriously trying to flip this for like $100+ more than you paid from yoox? scummin'
post #5 of 13
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Originally Posted by Fluery View Post
You seriously trying to flip this for like $100+ more than you paid from yoox?

scummin'
It's a free market. He can ask what he wants, and people can decide if they want to pay the price or not. Your comments are considered thread-shitting and are verboten on SF.
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10 charrr
post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by pendragon View Post
It's a free market. He can ask what he wants, and people can decide if they want to pay the price or not. Your comments are considered thread-shitting and are verboten on SF.

Actually, they are not, in the case of a Yoox or other internet flip. We've decided to allow that. In any case, it's a nice suit, but I do hope, in the interest of karmic justice, that the OP doesn't make any money off of this.
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Actually, they are not, in the case of a Yoox or other internet flip. We've decided to allow that. In any case, it's a nice suit, but I do hope, in the interest of karmic justice, that the OP doesn't make any money off of this.
It's more understandable, if a member is selling something below cost out of generosity. Then the member takes advantage of the generosity and flips it. However in this case, it seems he just bought it at yoox? From my observations, there are a bunch of sellers buying many things on sale with "flipping" in mind. For instance a seller may pick up a bunch of Isaia shirts at a saks fifth outlet, then sell them here to make a profit. Saks may be a B&M, it's not the exact same thing but I don't see such a huge difference that should requite such ill words. My opinion is why fret, if he's not offering a good deal then no one will buy it. If he is offering a good deal then someone will be happy to buy it. Fok (I'm responding in your thread so we don't bump this thing): The difference between a Yoox or other internet flip and reselling from a B&M is that everyone has access to the internet, and we can't all walk down to the local consignment store, or Century 21. And despite protestations to the contrary, Styleforum is a community, and use of the B&S forum is a privilege, not a right. In any case, it's not egregiously antisocial of him, or I'd just have just closed or deleted the thread.
post #9 of 13
Thread Starter 
Just added a white MMM dress shirt. I've also added some thoughts addressing the concerns of those who've commented in the thread...
post #10 of 13
godamnit, we are the same size and I was about to buy that dress shirt, but then I saw measurements and my face fell.

post #11 of 13
Bump for a good seller. Paul (ghostface) is a good guy who I have dealt with before. if the pricing isn't fair then no one purchase it.
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Originally Posted by mikey34 View Post
Bump for a good seller. Paul (ghostface) is a good guy who I have dealt with before. if the pricing isn't fair then no one purchase it.
Thanks man; I appreciate it. First and only price drop on the shirt before I return it. EDIT: The suit has now been sold.
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
Actually, they are not, in the case of a Yoox or other internet flip. We've decided to allow that. In any case, it's a nice suit, but I do hope, in the interest of karmic justice, that the OP doesn't make any money off of this.

But what about the double posting?
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