Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, Jul 15, 2012.
oh oh oh... shame on me!
seriously, where'd he get all those ties
From someone who has to much panta
I'm going to do my best to take a couple of those Panta's home at the end of this round. The two pairs of Panta pants I have are far beyond stuff like Kiton which seemed way less lux the day after those Panta's arrived.
I don't have any of the ties but I'd be shocked to expect anything otherwise.
i fucking love my panta pants....and i can confirm the ties are just as good as the pants. you wont be disappointed.
no such thing!
I thought maybe you were sending some of those to him.
Are you feeling rejected or like someone is horning in on your bidness?
Hi Spoo, wanted to say thanks; I got an Oxxford SC and a Charvet from you recently and also wanted to say I enjoy your posts on the forum.
Was curious, why do you always put a silly adjective in bold letters in all your auction titles? "TIMELESS Hermes tie", "STAPLE Brooks Brothers Suit WOW". Surely you don't need these to sell the amazing merchandise you have.
You're trying to tell the eBay meister how to run his bidness?
The ties are amazing, and are some of the hardest things Ive had to sell and not keep. I can also confirm there are no spaghetti stains on them.
Thanks for the note, glad you liked the items. When/which ones did you win? Theres always free domestic shipping for SF members. Send me the auction link and Ill credit you retroactively.
Hey, Im always open to suggestions - though the adjective thing may seem silly sometimes (though I do enjoy coming up with unusual ones, frankly) to you seasoned menswear vets, it does create attention amongst some lesser informed clientele, and visually breaks them apart from the pack. I dont think that anyone is particularly buying a tie because its a RARE Kiton 7 fold or an AMAZING Charvet woven tie, though they are certainly clicking on them. The more clicks, the more times they explore the full range of auctions that week, and the odds for cross purchases and more exposure are increased. So, theres that.
I thought, when I read RARE, in some items was becuase of it being kinda like a limited edition item or something like that. I mean, I guess you can get some really exclusive stuff to sell. But now I get it haha. Nothing bad with that. I think it's handy the way the info is displayed.
Well, "RARE" is kind of thrown around a bit - though sometimes its true. Rare in the sense of are there many made, like a limited edition? Of course there are many made - its clothing But rare as in comes up for sale often, in that size? Its appropriate at that point to an extent, yes.
Of course not. I can imagine it does help attract the less informed clientele. I kind of figured they would just stick to Macys, JCPenney, etc. though.
Oh great; I'll PM you the link. Thanks again.
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