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 I sold an item on Grailed few weeks ago, didn't even provide tracking number out of pure laziness. Everything went smoothly as usual. Dude messaged me yesterday asking if I shipped the item and he wanted tracking number, which I still luckily have. Dude probably would file not receive case against me if I got rid of the tracking. Just a heads-up since I have dealt with some SF sellers who didn't provide tracking.

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so many basic ass bitches
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 I sold an item on Grailed few weeks ago, didn't even provide tracking number out of pure laziness. Everything went smoothly as usual. Dude messaged me yesterday asking if I shipped the item and he wanted tracking number, which I still luckily have. Dude probably would file not receive case against me if I got rid of the tracking. Just a heads-up since I have dealt with some SF sellers who didn't provide tracking.

Great advice and all man, but looking at your post

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Maybe he hadn't actually received it yet.

 

Grailed redesign is running me amok.

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Does anyone know of any UK or EU stores that offer pre-orders, ala SF, NMWA, Suspension Point etc., for the possibility of getting pieces/make-ups that might not make it to stores (brands like Stephan Schenider et al)?

 

(kinda on that note - keep going to the NMWA thread and drooling over some great buys. If anyone is not US based though, have recently discovered Alpha Shadows and Trunk Clothiers as good options for stocking some cool stuff/similar brands) 

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A good portion of our regular customers participating in pre-orders are outside of the US.   Several in the UK too.  We ship worldwide so if you like what we do, we can deliver the goods...

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It's interesting how the weather in Seattle in London is comparable, but unlike London, there's pretty much no fashion scene in Seattle, and the majority of people dress terribly.

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http://journal.styleforum.net/styleforums-favorite-brands/

 

I wrote a couple of these, and resemble a couple of others.  Mainly, I wear tech clothes at home and stare at a screen.  When I go out, I look like a leather daddy hit a cowboy and got stuck.

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http://journal.styleforum.net/styleforums-favorite-brands/

I wrote a couple of these, and resemble a couple of others.  Mainly, I wear tech clothes at home and stare at a screen.  When I go out, I look like a leather daddy hit a cowboy and got stuck.

"Visvim

The Reality: You talk about hating John Mayer because he’s not authentic but deep down you burn with unbearable jealousy."

LOL
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http://journal.styleforum.net/styleforums-favorite-brands/

 

I wrote a couple of these, and resemble a couple of others.  Mainly, I wear tech clothes at home and stare at a screen.  When I go out, I look like a leather daddy hit a cowboy and got stuck.

this is hilarious man.. good job! 

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Isn't John Mayer an ACRNM fanboy now?

Funny article, LAGuy. Eidos one was my favourite.

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Anyone making a slim fit, higher rise denim equipped with suspender buttons?
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A good portion of our regular customers participating in pre-orders are outside of the US.   Several in the UK too.  We ship worldwide so if you like what we do, we can deliver the goods...

 

Thanks, the temptation has definitely been there but with exchange rate + shipping + import duties, it becomes a bit trickier to justify :violin:

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It's interesting how the weather in Seattle in London is comparable, but unlike London, there's pretty much no fashion scene in Seattle, and the majority of people dress terribly.

Come to portland, it gets worse...
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Isn't John Mayer an ACRNM fanboy now?

Funny article, LAGuy. Eidos one was my favourite.

Well, that was one of mine.  Yes, I am keeping score against @Synthese , even if just in my head.

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