sorry duplicate post
Edited by Randy - 6/18/12 at 6:29pm
Saw this Craigslist in AZ, if someones interested:
For the record it looks like it was 3 dogs Olive and one Oliver.
Yes this is the thrifting thread and dogs are a bit off topic, it adds a nice human element to our regular posts of material goods and monetary values. Plus being a rescue, my dog was kind of thrifted so I figured that counted haha.
Weird - eBay is "holding" one of my listings for human review, to make sure the item is not counterfeit. In my 11+ years selling on eBay, this is the first time. It's a Burberry shirt, American made. I recently listed other brands like Fendi, Armani, Gucci etc and none got flagged for review - I would assume they get counterfeited way more than Burberry, but perhaps not. Or, Burberry themselves may have gotten eBay to agree to hold their branded items for a Burberry specialist to review [I certainly hope it's not some schlub who reviews whatever is next in line and makes a determination based on their best guess], as a way to stem counterfeits making their way into consumer's hands.
New one on me - just thought it odd...
Picked up this formal / tux jacket last week, and when dropping it off at the cleaners I noticed it has a small nick at the bottom of the back - akin to sitting on a bench or whatnot and when you stand up the jacket is caught on something. The tear is about 1/4" in length. Seamstress quoted me $28 to give it a basic patch (so it won't unravel further) and shorten the jacket thus concealing and fixing. It's tagged as 42L / drop 8 but I haven't measured yet. Sooo...did I waste my $ buying the jacket and having it cleaned, hoping someone on eBay wants the same jacket but a bit shorter (and thus would have it tailored anyway)?
Damage and label photos (Click to show)
Have you already listed it? When I was listing mine, a big red & yellow warning screen popped up asking if I was selling a counterfeit item, and that if I was, to click "cancel", otherwise they will hold the listing until it can be reviewed. So if you didn't see that warning, and it's already listed, you should be fine.
Thrift Fit Tip o' the day. Make sure your fly is up before taking the pic. Otherwise, looks pretty good.