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post #16 of 23
Back a few months ago when I was still Ebaying I bought several items from them. I recall that they were nwt however. And my experiences were positive.

Perry
post #17 of 23
I've been fortunate in that the items I've recieved from them have been in excellent shape. It is evident from their feedback however, that they send out flawed items. So it's a gamble. How's everyone's experience with their return policy been?
post #18 of 23
I have purchased several items from blondys. I have purchased BNWT suits, namely a Phil's 1908, very fine BTW. Also got a BN Bijan vest. Have picked up a nice Black Label Armani, also a Versace suit here as well. They consistently offer Brioni, Canali, etc. As others have stated, I agree that their quality control could be better. I have received some items from them that were in a lesser state of condition than advertised, and I have sent those things back to them for full refund. It is a bit of a hassle to have to repack and return an item, but to get a stylish and/or a very well made suit for 90%+ off is worth a bit of a risk, I'd say. I won't be totallt mad at blondys for raiding the thrift spots if that is as true as stated. I have picked off an item or two by going into a Salvation Army store every now and then. I have a mint, modern flannel wool Brioni that I was lucky enough to run across at the Salvation Army $18.98 at that. Funny to me was that it was parked next a JosA Bank, priced at $25. I laughed while picking up the Brioni.
post #19 of 23
They don't ship to Australia for some reason.
post #20 of 23
I've spoken to them about returns but never returned the damaged shirt I received. As I recall, their return policy is liberal but the time is very limited. I think it's within a week of receipt of the goods.

Jeff
post #21 of 23
I paid $287 for a Helmut Lang suit which when arrived was clearly not new, though it had been listed as such in the auction description. I returned the item by overnight mail (to meet the deadline on their stringent return policy). They relisted the item (without any changes to the description) and sold for a higher price, yet I had received no refund. I then spoke to them on the phone and they assured me a refund would be issued the following day. No refund was made and I have been unable to receive a reply from them by email or been able to reach them by phone in the weeks since. Very frustrating.
post #22 of 23
They're probably too busy coralling those hapless thrift store workers. "That's my rack, I tell you!!"
post #23 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by bathtime
I paid $287 for a Helmut Lang suit which when arrived was clearly not new, though it had been listed as such in the auction description. I returned the item by overnight mail (to meet the deadline on their stringent return policy). They relisted the item (without any changes to the description) and sold for a higher price, yet I had received no refund. I then spoke to them on the phone and they assured me a refund would be issued the following day. No refund was made and I have been unable to receive a reply from them by email or been able to reach them by phone in the weeks since. Very frustrating.

You need to go through eBay then...
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