SICK! I love Belvest suits. Very nice.
This might be a stupid question, but have you thought about hiring someone to take photographs for you? Advertise at the local college, pay between $10 to $15 an hour, have them come in one or two days a week to photograph for you? (find someone who will work for clothes?)
Yes, it will make your taxes a little more complicated - but, if you have a great haul while someone else photographs, you will make more than if you yourself do the photographing...
Just hired my wife as my first full time employee but shes on the back end... financials, shipping, etc. Not the creative side... not quite sure I trust someone else to do that yet. Even though you are right.
Both real, the dot one is sicknasty. The barocco one form your closet may be close to a C note.
I am a poor grad student. Really, really poor right now because the VA is behind in processing GI Bill claims. Regardless, I'm in the process of hiring help and hope to have someone placed in the next week. The problem is during the good seasons I maintain too much inventory and the demands of school are so much greater. I simply can't process it fast enough alone and still get everything done that I need and while I trust the VA to pay for my schooling, timing is everything. Health insurance and rent need to get paid. Ergo, I flip.
The hoarder reference comes up every now and again, and I know I have a problem when I've got cleaned and pressed Kiton shirt only piles waiting to be photographed which I trip over on the way to the bathroom. Ever have a Brioni sport-jackets avalanche? Its happened to me. But the way I see it, even if I pay someone $15 to help for a few hours, I'm "right-sizing" by recouping my capital faster, decreasing my clutter, reducing the chance of getting moths, getting greater turnover, increasing my short-term profit and surviving another month before I need to ask my parents for help (which is really sad, I know).
Last week I walked past 6 pairs of $4.99 NWT Brooks Brothers Chinos because I knew I won't be able to sell them fast enough. Sure, you may get only $30 on eBay, and some of you won't take those odds, but that is a better profit margin than most businesses even if you have help. I'd gladly pay someone $15 an hour to help me post those.
Valid points, all.
MAINY - the C&J's you found in your last post are handgrades, dont forget that when listing. Thats the top of the line.