It's great that you have replied. But the problem remains. It seems that you list everything you sell as "Mint", whether it is or not. Why not be honest or don't list the crap!
It's possible that you don't examine your items at all, but you do take pictures. That's still; unacceptable.
It seems that you generally issue refunds but neither you nor the buyer benefit from that. The people here on SF are more knowledgeable than most, on clothes and on Ebay.
It's no secret that many buyers will not leave Negative Feedback or won't leave Feedback at all. So the impression is that you sell any used clothes you have and call it Mint. Of course, sometimes it might be Mint, but very often, it is not.
Here's an example of your most recent Negative. You wasted the buyer's time and your own:http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=220080289030
Here's the Feedback for the above item:
"If she can list this as mint, she'll list anything as mint. Avoid this seller.
Buyer trace215( 45) Mar-08-07 17:13 220080289030
Reply by prayerwarrior02: Refund was issued prior to negative feedback but he still chooses to do so Mar-08-07 22:44"
Finally. I've noticed that you have increased your start prices, especially for nice stuff (like Brioni, Kiton, etc). There's nothing wrong with that, but you come off as a real Schlock operation and it's a real crapshoot to buy from you.
You ought to use the search function here on SF to find some reputable Ebay sellers, and see how they operate.