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Boris Bidjan Saberi: Coat, Jeans, Pants

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by ddohnggo, Mar 14, 2016.

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  1. ddohnggo

    ddohnggo Senior member

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    I've accumulated too much clothing the past 10 years and now I'm going to start selling the pieces that don't get wear anymore or are not in regular rotation. Most pieces have little to moderate wear and would benefit going to a new home.

    Shipping: I would prefer shipping to the states
    Shipping costs: it would cost roughly $10 for fedex domestic shipping
    Payment method: Paypal only - prefer payments to be sent as a gift or buyer pays fee for larger/expensive items

    Note: I haven't gotten around to posting measurements and will do so soon. I will likely sell more stuff in chunks

    ** I've sold on SZ and Superfuture for years and have tons of references. Also on Ebay too with 100% feedback **

    = Boris Bidjan Saberi FW black heavy reversed corduroy jeans - size L - $300 -> $235 =

    Great BBS jeans in a black heavy corduroy fabric in great curve legged cut [i think a p13]. Worn a few times and have been sitting in my closet since.

    Waist: 17" ~43.1 cm
    Rise: 11.5 ~29.2 cm
    Inseam: 34" ~86.3 cm
    Hem: 6.8" ~17.2 cm


    = IC: Boris Bidjan Saberi FW 12 Heavy Cotton Long Coat w/ Taped Seams size M/48 $650 =

    An amazing Boris Bidjan Saberi long coat made out of a heavy cotton that he's known for in a jet black color. It has nice taped seams details and the silver tail tag thing on the back of the coat.

    I wore this piece out once or twice and has since been in my closet.


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