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Keywords for these guys... made in Japan? .... 510 XX, Big E (green paint rivits?) ANyone point me in the right direction to what these are exactly? Thanks! :fistbump:

 


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Fugly?
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def made in japan

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Just looks so fake to me :decisions:

 

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Found this nifty resource for women's clothing:

 

Fashion terms and styles for women's garments:

 

https://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/handle/1957/24654

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I have a lotx3 of similarly sized (39.5, 39.5, 39.75) striped shirts. For max return, would you list as a lot or sell them separately? Thanks.

 

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I have a lotx3 of similarly sized (39.5, 39.5, 39.75) striped shirts. For max return, would you list as a lot or sell them separately? Thanks.

 

"max return" is 99% of the time going to be better solid separately. 

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"max return" is 99% of the time going to be better solid separately. 

Im inclined to disagree… I've had some phenomenal success in profit margin putting lots up lately.

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Ha, great point (@ brian). I guess it has to be combination of return + ease and quickness of selling, so I'll revise my question. The main reason why I'm not considering listing as a lot is that I'm afraid the shirts would look too similar. Any thoughts that? The colors are different but the shirts kinda look similar.

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Fuckin' @FlorianQC - keyword spamming on eBay.  Hahahaha.  Where's that frog been, anyway?  

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Im inclined to disagree… I've had some phenomenal success in profit margin putting lots up lately.

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Sad counterpoint :/  all from last week.

 

 

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Yikes.  Just found the Loro coat I posted on the thrift brag thread - original retail is $2,925.  Not a 100% cashmere Horsey, but it'll do.  My size, too.  Internal struggle ensues [keep vs. sell].  

  

What's retail on a fairly recent / current Tom Ford suit - like $6k +/-?  I've never shopped for one, but I know they ain't cheap.

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Yikes.  Just found the Loro coat I posted on the thrift brag thread - original retail is $2,925.  Not a 100% cashmere Horsey, but it'll do.  My size, too.  Internal struggle ensues [keep vs. sell].  
  
What's retail on a fairly recent / current Tom Ford suit - like $6k +/-?  I've never shopped for one, but I know they ain't cheap.

Entry level seems to be ~$4k, though I'm sure I've seen a BG/NM ad with a $9k tux so the upper end definitely ain't cheap!
http://www.bergdorfgoodman.com/TOM-FORD-Windsor-Base-Peak-Lapel-Two-Piece-Suit-Black/prod113950084_cat487105__/p.prod?icid=&searchType=EndecaDrivenCat&rte=%252Fcategory.service%253FitemId%253Dcat487105%2526pageSize%253D30%2526Nao%253D0%2526Ns%253DMAX_PROMO_PRICE%257C1%2526refinements%253D&eItemId=prod113950084&cmCat=product
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post
 

Yikes.  Just found the Loro coat I posted on the thrift brag thread - original retail is $2,925.  Not a 100% cashmere Horsey, but it'll do.  My size, too.  Internal struggle ensues [keep vs. sell].  

  

What's retail on a fairly recent / current Tom Ford suit - like $6k +/-?  I've never shopped for one, but I know they ain't cheap.

 

 

I had the same thought when I found a similar LP jacket a few weeks ago. But then visions of Ben Franklins dancing in my head steered me the right direction.

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What's retail on a fairly recent / current Tom Ford suit - like $6k +/-?  I've never shopped for one, but I know they ain't cheap.

There were two of them at the NMLC in Sugarloaf Mills. They were both in the $3500 range.

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