H. Freeman & Son, 3 roll 2, single vent, 40R, partially lined, real nice shape, Mills Touche was a high end clothing store here in Arizona.
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Guys who have mannequins, do you "pin" the back of the shirts to look nice for photos or just let them hang? Can't wait to get some new photos with mine. Thanks acosbysweater!!
I've started pinning mine with a bulldog clip or two to give it some form, as it it were being worn by someone in the tagged size. I think it gives an appropriate estimate of fit to the buyer, assuming you don't pin it skin tight.
Glad you like the mannequin! I figured it'd be a waste just to toss them when there are so many sellers here photographing their clothes on hangers.
Sorry Nakatu (and some others), I don't feel bad about y'all not getting one because you seem to wring every last cent out of your buyers with your photos; I'd hate to see what you could do with a mannequin.
Baller statues with TWO mannequins! Thanks for the info guys, need to pick up some clothes pins I guess. Off to Home Depot this afternoon to build a stand for my new guy so the shirts and jackets can hang down past his waist. Pics coming soon
Mad love to acosbysweater for the mannequin/female torso. At first my wife thought I had gone completely nuts, but then when I suggested she use it to decorate her walkin closet, she changed her opinion. Thanks, that saves me from having to shop the women's isles in the thrifts this week. (BTW, she was right...I have gone completely nuts.)
this is also the exact thing that I am lurking for. given your stature and tenure on SF I will assume the back-seat role on this one :). look forward to seeing what you come up with, however.
If you are running 7 day auctions, start the 8-9pm EST on a Sunday. It has been documented (and just look at any of the big sellers) that it is the best time to end an auction. That being said 99 cent NR is very risky, unless you KNOW that it will have a bunch of people bidding and bidding early, something like a 36S Brioni suit for example (how I wish someone would post one on ebay at any price really). I personally like to use BINOBO listings for 30 days. They cost 20 cents each and if your in no rush just list it and forget about it. Without running 99 cent auctions, you'll go through a few bucks just listing the stuff each time if it does not sell. I'm sure some other "auction style" guys will chime in shortly. Good luck!