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My first really weird shipping experience today: a few weeks ago I paid $100 for a vintage t-shirt. Seller shipped from California to Toronto...in a paper lunchbag.

I demand pics.
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I demand pics.

 

For posterity:

 

 

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Polo collectors are a fun bunch. A guy just tried to scold me on the price of a polo sport piece I have. "I'm a polo collector....blah blah blah" lol
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If the shirt was tagged as a 17/35, but the sleeves were shorter and you provide no measurements, then you have no recourse.

 

I picked up a Tyrwhitt shirt for myself which was supposed to be a 16.5x34/5.  French cuffs.  Didn't try it on and assumed it would be fine.  In reality, the sleeves are long enough only when unfolded.  Folded they are mid forearm.  It's extremely confusing.  I'd sympathize with the buyer in this case, especially knowing that.  

 

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Does this look like peccary leather? They are custom grade Church's

 

 


I love those. I have these posted:

 

 

Of the 250 or so pairs of shoes I've thrifted, THESE are the ones I wish were size 11. (E. T. Wright. 9.5E)

 

Alas, not to be. So I'll make do with these Zegna Couture monks.....Unfortunately, no LE box of goodies with them. .

 

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I love those. I have these posted:




Of the 250 or so pairs of shoes I've thrifted, THESE are the ones I wish were size 11. (E. T. Wright. 9.5E)

Alas, not to be. So I'll make do with these Zegna Couture monks.....Unfortunately, no LE box of goodies with them. .

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Nice Monks. I think Lattanzi makes zegna couture shoes now.
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Anyone who just lists via ebay (not garagesale, etc) notice anything different lately?  Was listing items today and I'm not getting the additional details fields like length, waist, country, etc.  Just the condition, photos and a details box.  Has something changed?  I always made sure to enter all the additional details so my items could be found.

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Polo collectors are a fun bunch. A guy just tried to scold me on the price of a polo sport piece I have. "I'm a polo collector....blah blah blah" lol

 

 

I'm a polo collector, baby...

 

 

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This has been bugging me for awhile. How do I stop my personal name from showing up on the shipping label? I set up a business account on the bay and one on PayPal, yet my name still shows up when I go and print out the label. Which is problematic since my name sounds like a fried rice seller and does not instill confidence in luxury goods
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Nice Monks. I think Lattanzi makes zegna couture shoes now.


I would love for that to be the case, but these are a couple years old. I was told by a guy at the Zegna outlet in Orlando that they were made by a Ferragamo/ Zegna partnership, but I don't think he really knew.

 

These are couture and don't say Limited Edition. It would make sense for Lattanzi to make the LE's.

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I would love for that to be the case, but these are a couple years old. I was told by a guy at the Zegna outlet in Orlando that they were made by a Ferragamo/ Zegna partnership, but I don't think he really knew.

These are couture and don't say Limited Edition. It would make sense for Lattanzi to make the LE's.

Yeah, the Zefer shoes were made by Lattanzi as well. The "flex welt" that Zegna couture shoes have were actually invented by lattanzi. So if it says flex welt on it, then there's a good chance it's lattanzi.
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This has been bugging me for awhile. How do I stop my personal name from showing up on the shipping label? I set up a business account on the bay and one on PayPal, yet my name still shows up when I go and print out the label. Which is problematic since my name sounds like a fried rice seller and does not instill confidence in luxury goods

Update the street address on your paypal profile. I used my business name instead of my first and last name.
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http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2016/04/09/Cost-of-postage-stamp-decreasing-2-cents-starting-Sunday/4031460245446/?spt=mps&or=5&sn=tn_int

 

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In addition to the reduction in price for first-class stamps, international letters will drop from $1.20 to $1.15 and postcards will drop from 35 cents to 34 cents. The reduction affects commercial shipping rates, as well.

 

Wonder if we will see a decrease in prices even though they just raised them.

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http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2016/04/09/Cost-of-postage-stamp-decreasing-2-cents-starting-Sunday/4031460245446/?spt=mps&or=5&sn=tn_int

Wonder if we will see a decrease in prices even though they just raised them.

Nope - only letters / first class stamps. The last price increase was originally supposed to be temporary; the USPS tried to make it permanent but they were denied and had to roll the price back to the pre-increase rate.
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