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Any help with this? Found this Moyuru piece a while back. It's huge and buttons on the "mens" side, so I assumed it was a mens shirt. Through some googling, it looks like Moyuru only does womenswear. I get that it's supposed to be a slouchy, oversized piece, but this is huge. Tagged a size S with these measurements:

 

p2p: 26"

length: 33"

sleeve from shoulder: 19"

shoulder: 25"

 

I'm going to list it as womens, but any help with a better title than the boring one I have? (MOYURU White w/ Gray Painted Collar Placket Oversized Shirt - S)


 

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For boxy slouchy over-sized wimmin's stuff like Eskandar, I use "lagenlook", which seems to get some eyeballs on the listing.  No reason not to use "slouchy" and / or "boxy" as well...

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For boxy slouchy over-sized wimmin's stuff like Eskandar, I use "lagenlook", which seems to get some eyeballs on the listing.  No reason not to use "slouchy" and / or "boxy" as well...

 

I would nix 'slouchy' and substitute 'unstructured'.  If it's the same style, that is a standard keyword for boxy Eskandar items.

 

As a side point, for something that is likely to attract specific brand collectors (Moyuru seems like the kind - as with Eskandar or Issey Miyake), you probably don't need much more than the brand name, a few keywords, size and bust measurement.  Moyuru collectors will know what they're looking for.  Throw in the keywords for people who love the style but have never (yet) heard of the designer. You might make a convert.

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wtf...nice.
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I hope the 1708 feedback bidder comes back on top.
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Who are these people who bid on stuff like that? It's awesome, but how TF do prices go so high?

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Who are these people who bid on stuff like that? It's awesome, but how TF do prices go so high?

The same ones who donate minty Tom Fords...
post #28059 of 31945
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Just Google-mapped Trussville AL - it has one of the most convoluted set of city boundaries I have ever seen...so all the parts inside Trussville that are apparently not Trussville...what are they?

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That's insane. Congrats! 

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I hope the 1708 feedback bidder comes back on top.

 

You and me both, bro....

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Just Google-mapped Trussville AL - it has one of the most convoluted set of city boundaries I have ever seen...so all the parts inside Trussville that are apparently not Trussville...what are they?


Not to mention we are in two counties. Look up the jurisdictions of our neighboring cities of Hoover and Vestavia Hills. Alabama is nuts!

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Not to mention we are in two counties. Look up the jurisdictions of our neighboring cities of Hoover and Vestavia Hills. Alabama is nuts!

 

Y'all did invent the Alabama Hot Pocket, so, I believe you when you says it's nuts.

 

EDIT - just looked those up.  What is wrong with you people?  Vestavia Hills is like 12 entirely separate sections that aren't connected to each other.  :puzzled:

post #28064 of 31945

one for the blocked list

MF tried an end run return through PP after unsuccessfully doing so on ebay.  I think I got it closed for "buyer's remorse", person on phone said he couldn't do it immediately, that it needed to be reviewed.

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Y'all did invent the Alabama Hot Pocket, so, I believe you when you says it's nuts.

Thats good, but its no Cleveland Steamer.
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