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Fastens like a mans though.

I'd be rocking it right now if it didn't make me look like Edamame

 

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pics or it didn't happen.
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pics or it didn't happen.

Tried, hands went numb and could not snap the pic.

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I'd be rocking it right now if it didn't make me look like Edamame

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You say this like its a bad thing.
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what's up connecticut...


Been had ski patrol rugby hoodie.
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tiny bit of sunshine appeared yesterday, it may have affected my thrift

AppleMark

AppleMark

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Welcome @Picking Profits. I've seen just about all your youtube vids. I listen to them in the background while I take measurements. Watching/listening to others loving and doing the same thing we do is motivational for me.

 

Anyway. Got any labels inside the interior pockets?

Selling clothing on Ebay has gotten me into learning about clothing and now becoming a little bit obsessed with fashion and collecting clothing and accessories. I figured this would be the place to go to chat about it. I believe it had one of those really oldschool US union tags in it... the one that looks like an iron on an ironing board. Interesting to see I was instantly recognized on here :)

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


i think I care more about the people in there than about the items. Its like a game of chess.

This dude over here? Flipping sports jerseys. Competition level - 1
Tall guy, stoner looking? Flipping T Shirts. Competition level - 2 (makes quick scan for polo bear shirts)
That lady? Homeless. Competition level - 0
Gangly looking dude? Flipping pottery and furniture - competition level - 3 (scans for Goyard and LV trunks and briefcases)
Squadron of shellac haired Mexican kids in jeans aisle? Looking for wide leg True Religions for party that night - competition level - 0
Dude in polo hat, blazer and OCBD looking at shoes? Competition level 8 - go to Defcon 4, throw Smurfs blanket on top of haul in basket, do not pass go, go directly to overdrive and sportcoats/outerwear

once youve seen your enemy you can then commence fire

 

 

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Interesting to see I was instantly recognized on here :)

 

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Originally Posted by Picking Profits View Post
 

Selling clothing on Ebay has gotten me into learning about clothing and now becoming a little bit obsessed with fashion and collecting clothing and accessories. I figured this would be the place to go to chat about it. I believe it had one of those really oldschool US union tags in it... the one that looks like an iron on an ironing board. Interesting to see I was instantly recognized on here :)

check out steelzipper for a nice rundown on union tags.

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Blue suede Common Projects. Size 45/12. Ethrifted for myself and they were a bit too tight. Will pass along for what I paid.

 

 

 

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@Picking Profits nice to see you in here, finally. I always wondered when a mega suit seller would make their way here. Welcome man!

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eyewash:

 

60s-70s union tag lee riders bootcut

 

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o.g. oneill t

 

usa-made tribal snap t

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@Picking Profits nice to see you in here, finally. I always wondered when a mega suit seller would make their way here. Welcome man!

Thanks for the welcome. I have yet to sell a whole lot of suits but now I am really starting to list them like crazy. The low quality, significantly not as described listings are so rampant on Ebay, it makes it hard for people to spot legitimate sellers who are selling a thoroughly inspected, well described item and prices are so cheap it is incredible. Like I said previously on here I have really gotten big into clothing and style and this is definitely the place to go to discuss clothing!

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Originally Posted by Picking Profits View Post
 

Thanks for the welcome. I have yet to sell a whole lot of suits but now I am really starting to list them like crazy. The low quality, significantly not as described listings are so rampant on Ebay, it makes it hard for people to spot legitimate sellers who are selling a thoroughly inspected, well described item and prices are so cheap it is incredible. Like I said previously on here I have really gotten big into clothing and style and this is definitely the place to go to discuss clothing!

You'll love this thread. Welcome dude. 

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A huge THANK YOU to everyone for their support and advice! The outreach, practical AND hilarious advice was sincerely appreciated and needed. I am happy to say that my wife gave birth to a healthy baby boy this afternoon! I'm incredibly excited, but the sobering aspect of being responsible for another human being is beginning to set in by now. biggrin.gif

I was running on next to no sleep, but checking in and reading your thoughtful suggestions was a nice mental break. Again, sincerely, thank you!
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