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Is Napoleon a diffusion brand from Stefano Ricci? eBay shows me some tags say "Napoleon by stefano ricci" and some tags just say "Napoleon"
Here's my tag:


And here's a different one found in eBay:


The size/content tags are the same

Mine:


The "by stefano ricci" one:
post #28907 of 30427

Who would have thought that there would be a market for size 23 Nikes with blown-out air wedges?

 

post #28908 of 30427
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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post

Who would have thought that there would be a market for size 23 Nikes with blown-out air wedges?



Whoa. Nice! I had a coworker friend who was a size 22 or 23 I think. He said that shoes his size were so rare that he'd search eBay weekly and try to buy virtually any shoe he could find in his size. Didn't care what they looked like. Made me feel kind of terrible for him but glad he lived in an era where he could find them semi-easily.
post #28909 of 30427
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Originally Posted by GetBlatzed View Post

Is Napoleon a diffusion brand from Stefano Ricci? eBay shows me some tags say "Napoleon by stefano ricci" and some tags just say "Napoleon"
Here's my tag:


And here's a different one found in eBay:


The size/content tags are the same

Mine:


The "by stefano ricci" one:

Napoleon is/was a high end menswear shop, I believe they have/had a location in Trump Tower, I have a few items I've found from there, a suit made by Reda, a sports jacket of unknown origin, and a tie that are all very nice.
post #28910 of 30427
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Pretty proud of this title. If you grew up in NY, you'll appreciate it.


 

I'm trippin balls right now.  WNEW, Kung Fu Theater, Wild West City, Jungle Habitat flood of memories.  I'd be REALLY impressed if you had any Two Guy's or Korvette's stuff.

post #28911 of 30427
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Originally Posted by ace13x View Post


 
I'm trippin balls right now.  WNEW,

Loool all I can think of is that scene from Howard Sterns Private Parts. "wENNNNNNew" lol8[1].gif


Also, part 2 of the eBay article I was interviewed for is up, if anyone wants to have a read.

http://www.iconicalternatives.com/2016/08/02/successful-ebay-buying-strategies/
post #28912 of 30427
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post



Also, part 2 of the eBay article I was interviewed for is up, if anyone wants to have a read.

 

“PLEASE ask! A well informed buyer means less trouble for both parties after the purchase.” <----- X 1000!

post #28913 of 30427

Quick question on listing clothing with untagged sizes: is it ok to choose the size in drop-down menu the item (in this case a sport coat) measures to or can that come back to hurt you?  

post #28914 of 30427
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Originally Posted by leisurewear View Post

Quick question on listing clothing with untagged sizes: is it ok to choose the size in drop-down menu the item (in this case a sport coat) measures to or can that come back to hurt you?  

That can certainly come back and haunt you. I would never do that (personally).
post #28915 of 30427
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Originally Posted by leisurewear View Post

Quick question on listing clothing with untagged sizes: is it ok to choose the size in drop-down menu the item (in this case a sport coat) measures to or can that come back to hurt you?  

I type in "untagged" in the size box. Can come back to haunt if you list it as a specific size and it's not tagged as such.
post #28916 of 30427
Thanks guys! Makes sense
post #28917 of 30427
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Originally Posted by leisurewear View Post
 

Quick question on listing clothing with untagged sizes: is it ok to choose the size in drop-down menu the item (in this case a sport coat) measures to or can that come back to hurt you?  

 

 

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


That can certainly come back and haunt you. I would never do that (personally).

 

 

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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post


I type in "untagged" in the size box. Can come back to haunt if you list it as a specific size and it's not tagged as such.

 

Woah, had no idea this was the consensus on the subject.

 

If a blazer had no size tag and measures 24" pit to pit, I would choose a size 46 from the drop box, and state in the body that it measures at a size 46, but to refer to exact measurements to ensure proper fitment. Am I screwing myself there if someone wants to open a case?

post #28918 of 30427
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Originally Posted by AlexJ1100 View Post





Woah, had no idea this was the consensus on the subject.

If a blazer had no size tag and measures 24" pit to pit, I would choose a size 46 from the drop box, and state in the body that it measures at a size 46, but to refer to exact measurements to ensure proper fitment. Am I screwing myself there if someone wants to open a case?

Yes you would be.
post #28919 of 30427

What's the current feeling on shipping to Russia?  I've sent stuff before with no issue but not of the $1k plus variety.

 

Thanks

post #28920 of 30427
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Originally Posted by Tweets View Post

What's the current feeling on shipping to Russia?  I've sent stuff before with no issue but not of the $1k plus variety.

Thanks

1k plus good for you.

Express mail you can use but I don't think you can insure it for more than 600 online even if you print from paypal itself. Fedex doesn't deliver to russia, you would have to use DHL and I think theres a dollar value cap on that under 1K.
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