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***The Hardly Official Robert Geller Sample Sale Trade Thread***

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by VLSI, Jul 17, 2013.

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  1. VLSI

    VLSI Senior member

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    Impulse buy leave you laden with regret and low on cash?

    Discover that an ever expanding waistline leaves you helpless with glorious garbs that simply don't fit?

    Miss that unique, one-of-a-kind, have-to-have grail sample because you couldn't pull the trigger in time?

    With items starting to be fulfilled and more being placed, it's inevitable that not everything will work out for everyone.

    In this thread:
    • Looking to trade for a different piece or size
    • Didn't work out, looking to pass along to another member
    • Missed out, but want to buy

    The expectation:
    This is not a place to flip your wares. This thread is meant to facilitate passing along the fantastic deals for your sample sale purchases that didn't work out. If you want to sell something here, please do so at cost, otherwise make your own thread and face Fok's scorn. Post all of your want to buys as well so that's it's easier for the original purchaser to reach out.
     

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    Want to buy: long sleeve olive shirt from sale. Or the older season in 46 or 48.
     
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    I want to buy a piece of jersey and three plastic buttons for under three hundred dollars. Make it so!
     
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    I did not see these things at the sample sale :teach: And what you speak of is not in my size... find a credit card!
     
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    Cotton blazer :teach:

    True 48, hit me up.
     
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    The gloves from the first drop, want to buy
     
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    Wanted to buy - a pair of Robert Geller jazz style lace ups in washed leather finish - size 9.
     
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    Those weren't for sale...
     
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    the over sized Two-Toned Black and Grey Sweatshirt in 48
    black double layer tee in 52

    black two layer tee in 52
    Grey and Taupe Pattern Scarf
    the Charcoal Hooded Bomber DBear gots!
     
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    First round didn't fair well for me, both these available at cost or trade

    Lounge pants: http://www.styleforummarket.com/robert-geller-black-drawstring-lounge-pants/
    Wayyyyy too small... I don't know what a medium is but it's not close to a 48.


    Olive brushed cotton pants: http://www.styleforummarket.com/robert-geller-olive-brushed-cotton-pants/
    Fit, but a bit more slim through thigh than I'd like. Fabric feels great obviously, color is great, pockets are very cool. Will keep and make work if no takers.
    Waist: 16.5-16.75" Front rise: 10" Thigh: 11.5-12" Hem: 7.75"
     
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    Have the two tone colorblock oversized sweater in 48 : http://www.styleforummarket.com/robert-geller-two-toned-black-and-grey-sweatshirt/

    Sleeves too long for me, resulting in stacks on stacks. I have hot soaked / dried the sweater to get shrinkage out, but sleeves still a tad long (even for the oversized look). If anybody is interested, PM and I can provide pics and measurements.
    One nice small detail I wasn't expecting was the mini waffle collar.

    Will let this go for $95 shipped/fees included, or trade for a 46.
     
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    sti1zkin Well-Known Member

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    looking to buy: Lounge Blazer
     
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    EDIT- both sold.


    I have the Olive and the contrast collar shirt, both in a 48.

    Pretty bummed that they are oh-so-slightly too small for me as the length is perfect and it's just overall a nice shirt, made in Japan.

    Willing to take a small hit on these to pass onto someone else, $125 shipped in US, paypal.

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