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What do you guys think is better for a default pic?

 

 

 

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post #29912 of 30503
2, but you need a late 80s rapper modeling it in that pose.
post #29913 of 30503
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I don't remember who originally posted these (and thanks to whoever did - I use them on occasion), but, I'm wondering if that person could do me a huge proper and edit them for me / how I measure?  If so ...


 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

 

 

 

HUUUUUGE thank you to @jebarne for an updated set of images!!!  :cheers:


Would you be willing to share those images with me as well?

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post #29914 of 30503
Thanks to whoever posted this link http://www.imore.com/best-manual-camera-apps-iphone.
I am just starting to look into upgrading my photography skills and setup. I have been shooting outside on sunny days, but will soon be switching to an indoor setup (I hope). I have also compiled a ton of photography how too links and some free online courses so I can actually understand the lingo when the various SF photography masters discuss improving their shots. In the meantime, which app in the above link seems like the best option for eBay photos? Thanks! And I look forward to understanding all the chat about backlighting and white balance.
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Have anyone seen this before, its like a flap on the back of the neck. Not sure if its suppose to sick stick up (I think)?



If it's removable, then it's designed to take the brunt of the neck oils, and can be removed and cleaned separately so the entire jacket doesn't have to be sent in. I wish all my leather jackets had something like that.


Day of questions....Lehiatt....?



http://www.schiatti.eu They go by Schiatti & C, which is what that tag script says. They've been around in Italy for along time, and some of their recent leather garments (especially the reversible ones) are like investment-grade art, as indeed they should be at four grand and up. Just exquisite. The last reversible that came through got $1K on the 'Bay. Still looking for one in my size.
post #29916 of 30503
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Originally Posted by Brianpore View Post


Have anyone seen this before, its like a flap on the back of the neck. Not sure if its suppose to sick stick up (I think)?



If it's removable, then it's designed to take the brunt of the neck oils, and can be removed and cleaned separately so the entire jacket doesn't have to be sent in. I wish all my leather jackets had something like that.


Day of questions....Lehiatt....?



http://www.schiatti.eu They go by Schiatti & C, which is what that tag script says. They've been around in Italy for along time, and some of their recent leather garments (especially the reversible ones) are like investment-grade art, as indeed they should be at four grand and up. Just exquisite. The last reversible that came through got $1K on the 'Bay. Still looking for one in my size.

Thanks, I'm an idiot sometimes, as I have something else from them and kept thinking that "S" was an "L"

post #29917 of 30503
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How would one describe the following swatch? I have it listed as Teal-Rust-Navy Checked Plaid Flannel (mouthful I know).

 

 

I would call it a gun club check.

post #29918 of 30503

I really can't believe I just sent this message...

 

 

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I really can't believe I just sent this message...





How much do you charge to ship ties domestically?
post #29920 of 30503
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This particular item is $3.40 for First Class or $6.80 for Priority.

 

I charge USPS retail prices for shipping....

post #29921 of 30503
Ok, thanks for clarifying. I've noticed that some sellers are charging $7 for shipping. Would it be fair to ask sellers for the cheaper option in your opinion?
post #29922 of 30503
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Ok, thanks for clarifying. I've noticed that some sellers are charging $7 for shipping. Would it be fair to ask sellers for the cheaper option in your opinion?

 

 

Depends on the what they're shipping and service selected...

 

I charge retail for shipping. $7 for a Priority Flat Rate Envelope would be pretty reasonable. If they're charging $7 for a 3 ounce item shipped First Class, then they are over-charging. If they're charging $7 for something that will cost $15 to ship, then the charge is reasonable.

post #29923 of 30503
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Ok, thanks for clarifying. I've noticed that some sellers are charging $7 for shipping. Would it be fair to ask sellers for the cheaper option in your opinion?

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Depends on the what they're shipping and service selected...

I charge retail for shipping. $7 for a Priority Flat Rate Envelope would be pretty reasonable. If they're charging $7 for a 3 ounce item shipped First Class, then they are over-charging. If they're charging $7 for something that will cost $15 to ship, then the charge is reasonable.

I charge $7 for USPS Priority Mail padded flat rate envelopes. They cost $6.80 USPS retail, add in sticky label paper, printer ink, tissue paper or plastic sealer bags, my time, etc. I think $7 is fair to get a buyer their item in 3 days or less. I only have the free USPS priority mail supplies, which can't be used for First Class mail. So for me to ship via First Class, I would need to order, or go out and find supplies that could be used for First Class mail. So generally, with some exceptions (repeat buyer, multiple items purchase, etc), I won't ship First Class.
post #29924 of 30503

I wanted to see if anyone here knows if this Hermes item goes by a special name. I looked at the Hermes site, but could not find anything comparable. It is finely knit silk, four different colors (reversible), equal width at both ends (~3 1/8"), ~58" inches long, and both ends taper towards the middle of the item. Given the measurements, it simply seems like a tie. Any help would be appreciated. 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by maro2280 View Post

I wanted to see if anyone here knows if this Hermes item goes by a special name. I looked at the Hermes site, but could not find anything comparable. It is finely knit silk, four different colors (reversible), equal width at both ends (~3 1/8"), ~58" inches long, and both ends taper towards the middle of the item. Given the measurements, it simply seems like a tie. Any help would be appreciated. 

If I had to venture a guess, I'd say a tie also. Currently have a similar double ended Zegna (albeit not reversible).

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@1ofTheCoolKids was kind enough to send along the link below - intuition of it being a tie was accurate.

http://usa.hermes.com/man/ties/contemporary/knit/configurable-product-t-contemporary-knit-75830.html?color_hermes=OCEAN/CIEL/PRUSSE/MARINE&nuance=1&back_search=q+4+temps%7Cback_from_product+1
Edited by bpk1 - 10/16/16 at 4:43pm
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