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post #121 of 659
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Originally Posted by rnoldh
I was going to bid on these EG's since they had a low starting price of $24.95. I don't even particularly like them. But they are EG's from Bullock and Jones, and they are my size.

Anyway, I didn't bid. But when I checked the end of the auction, I was amazed! Here is the result:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA%3AIT&rd=1

Can you believe it?
Those are rather modern-looking. Almost Gucci-esque.
post #122 of 659
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
Those are rather modern-looking. Almost Gucci-esque.

Yeah, it was an interesting auction. The winner is from Japan, and the second bidder is a SF member. The EG's definitely went for a higher price than I thought they would.

I would agree with you about the "Gucci-esque". I prefer more conventional EG's, but I think the distinct look od these is a reason they went for a high price.
post #123 of 659
Well, all of you sophisticates talked me out of my ugly houndstooth odd jacket (from another thread). Thanks, I think.

But I bought a suit anyway. Three-piece Sulka for $149.

post #124 of 659
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Originally Posted by Tuerney1
Well, all of you sophisticates talked me out of my ugly houndstooth odd jacket (from another thread). Thanks, I think.

But I bought a suit anyway. Three-piece Sulka for $149.


That's a beauty. Can I ask what size?
post #125 of 659
Roughly a 42R (maybe a tad short). It doesn't have any size markings, but the listing stated measurements for the jacket of:

CHEST \t44
SLEEVE--SHOULDER SEAM TO CUFF \t25
SHOULDER SEAM TO SHOULDER SEAM \t19
LENGTH--TOP OF BACK COLLAR TO HEM \t32
post #126 of 659
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Originally Posted by Tuerney1
Roughly a 42R (maybe a tad short). It doesn't have any size markings, but the listing stated measurements for the jacket of:

Thank goodness. I'd love to have it, and would be heartbroken had it been a 38R.
post #127 of 659
38R...you're a fortunate man. So much well-done couture work and so many fine European suits seem to come available in that size.

On a more humorous note, here's a Christmas coat for you!



http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-3600-USD-RAL...QQcmdZViewItem
post #128 of 659
Quote:
Originally Posted by rnoldh
I was going to bid on these EG's since they had a low starting price of $24.95. I don't even particularly like them. But they are EG's from Bullock and Jones, and they are my size.

Anyway, I didn't bid. But when I checked the end of the auction, I was amazed! Here is the result:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...MEWA%3AIT&rd=1

Can you believe it?

$394.89 for a pair of used shoes--ebay is wonder to behold. For a mere $1855.11 more the buyer could have gotten a new pair of Kiton shoes.
post #129 of 659
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Originally Posted by kitonbrioni
$394.89 for a pair of used shoes--ebay is wonder to behold. For a mere $1855.11 more the buyer could have gotten a new pair of Kiton shoes.
Think of how many David Edens that could buy.
post #130 of 659
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Originally Posted by RJman
Think of how many David Edens that could buy.

Here's a prototypical example of David Eden:

http://cgi.ebay.com/David-Eden-Mens-...QQcmdZViewItem


And don't forget. David Eden's are the perfect shoe with a Kiton suit!!
post #131 of 659
Has anyone had any experiences with eBay seller VIP-COUTURE? I recently bought a Dolce & Gabbana mainline suit off this seller that was advertised as a BLACK suit. For the price I thought it would be good to have for weddings, funerals, etc. I double checked with the seller before hand to confirm that it was indeed black because the pictures looked gray. He confirmed that it was indeed black. I recieved the suit and sure enough it was gray. He refuses to refund the item and I've had to enter a claim with PayPal to try and get my money back. He has gone as far to say that charcoal gray and black are the same thing. I've since noticed from his feedback which looked good on the surface that he does not leave feedback for users until they leave him positive. If they leave him negative or neutral feedback he leaves them negative calling them complainers and then gets them to withdraw their negative feedback from him. Has anyone else had any experience with this clown?
post #132 of 659
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Here's a prototypical example of David Eden:

Man, that is an ugly shoe!
post #133 of 659
I've had recent bad luck with ebay seller "style king."
He sold me a pair of pants listed as "perfect condition" where the seat seam was pulling apart. I didn't notice until after I had given positive feedback, and there has been no response from this guy after several polite and diplomatic emails.
post #134 of 659
I've had a bad experience with vip-couture. he misrepresented a sweater as nwt and perfect and didn't reply to any of my messages...

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Originally Posted by Lysol
Has anyone had any experiences with eBay seller VIP-COUTURE? I recently bought a Dolce & Gabbana mainline suit off this seller that was advertised as a BLACK suit. For the price I thought it would be good to have for weddings, funerals, etc. I double checked with the seller before hand to confirm that it was indeed black because the pictures looked gray. He confirmed that it was indeed black. I recieved the suit and sure enough it was gray. He refuses to refund the item and I've had to enter a claim with PayPal to try and get my money back. He has gone as far to say that charcoal gray and black are the same thing. I've since noticed from his feedback which looked good on the surface that he does not leave feedback for users until they leave him positive. If they leave him negative or neutral feedback he leaves them negative calling them complainers and then gets them to withdraw their negative feedback from him. Has anyone else had any experience with this clown?
post #135 of 659
Here's an odd one: I picked up a Sulka tie using buy-it-now for $3 the other day. (With shipping it was $6 or $8.) The tie arrived yesterday, and it's in terrible shape -- both stained and wrinkled. Isn't even the same color it appeared in the picture.

Now here's the curious thing: After I paid, the seller immediately left me positive feedback. Why in the world would someone selling a stained, wrinkled tie do that?

I'll contact the seller, and hopeful we can get this straightened out. If not, I can leave negative feedback without worrying about retaliation. I've never felt more empowered as a buyer!
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