I'll only list as NWOT if I purchase the item at a discount retail store and it doesn't have the tag. Otherwise, not worth it.
I hardly ever list something as NWOT. I receive just as many bids when I list something as being Pre-Owned with a descriptive word like excellent or practically new. If people know that something is pre-owned, they will much more forgiving if there is a minute flaw in an item.
Please note: As this is a secondhand item, there is no guarantee of authenticity. Item is sold based on photos alone
As a potential buyer, this disclaimer would scare me a little. It shows a lack of product knowledge and overall confidence in your product selection. Of course, that's just me.
I think the tie would "pop" more with a lighter background.
Note though, my suggestions are still pretty valid but USPS has changed their cost structure so I have since updated how I ship so that use the cheapest boxes depending on weight and distance.
Sold a Anderson & Sheppard flannel blazer to a buyer overseas. Being bespoke, the measurements didn't correspond to an OTR jacket (waist being slightly larger than chest) and I made it a point to mention that. Got a return request saying the item doesn't fit '..probably because this jacket was bespoke and I'm a true 46'.
It'll be another 2-3 weeks by the time it comes back. Reduces the window of time I can sell it. I don't take returns but I don't want to saddle someone with a $300 jacket that they can't wear. Jesus christ, read the fucking measurements. Had 12 watchers too.
no way in a month of sunday will i trust postal for a 2k item.
that's almost auto courier. yah it cost a lot more, but at least the chances of things fucking up would be lower. (and i'd probably pick either fedex or dhl over ups if it's int'l; and def fedex over ups if it's w/i borders)