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Does designer clothing sell well on here?

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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
I have a Marc Jacobs jacket that cost around £2k that I've never worn. I've been offered £500 by a dress agency in London but I don't live in London so I'd have to take it down with me next time I go for work blah blah! Would something like this sell on here or would there not be any interest unless I'm selling for £1?!
And yes yes, I will wait 7 days before and if I list it!
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5y, 7m agoPosted 5 years, 7 months ago
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#1
dont think there would be any interest on here, best off taking it to someone who knows about it
banned#2
No - too many poor people.
#3
I Would use Ebay
#4
kyleg44
I Would use Ebay
I'm concerned that people would think it was a fake and just not bid - there seems to be a lot of fakes on there, or it's all old secondhand stuff going for like £10! Then there's the issue of people claiming it never arrived etc! Gah!
#5
try listing it with your receipt should make it more genuine.
#6
sarbjeet_
try listing it with your receipt should make it more genuine.
That's fine, but people don't click on pictures of receipts, they click on pictures of something they like the look of, and if they automatically think it's fake, they're not going to click in the first place! That also doesn't solve the other problems that come with Ebay!
#7
baffledsalmon
sarbjeet_
try listing it with your receipt should make it more genuine.
That's fine, but people don't click on pictures of receipts, they click on pictures of something they like the look of, and if they automatically think it's fake, they're not going to click in the first place! That also doesn't solve the other problems that come with Ebay!

just put it on with a very high starting price, and say yo uwill send a copy of the reciept ,post special delivery recorded all that shinanagins.. if it doesnt sell then you lose a few pence...
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baffledsalmon
sarbjeet_
try listing it with your receipt should make it more genuine.

That's fine, but people don't click on pictures of receipts, they click on pictures of something they like the look of, and if they automatically think it's fake, they're not going to click in the first place! That also doesn't solve the other problems that come with Ebay!


Start it at a price that seems reasonable for a genuine item. Maybe try and also find out the main difference between a genuine and a fake so that you can point to the differences in your description and photograph.
#9
baffledsalmon
sarbjeet_
try listing it with your receipt should make it more genuine.

That's fine, but people don't click on pictures of receipts, they click on pictures of something they like the look of, and if they automatically think it's fake, they're not going to click in the first place! That also doesn't solve the other problems that come with Ebay!


when you list clothes you get upto 12 pictures to put with the listing for free, so no they wont click on a pic of a recipet, but if they are interested, once theyv opened the listing they will. If you look there are many designer items that sell for lots of money, i see lots of alexander mcqueen clothes make unbelievable money, theres no less risk with them. I would try it, list it, set a reserve, post a pic of the reciept, and describe it well, you may be surprised, and if you've set a reserve of your minimum, then apart from the listing fee, nothing lost. Also, as you are just an everyday seller, you may seem more genuine as you are'nt trying to palm a load off, just this one, its not like u deal in these things, if u get what I mean
banned#10
Just do the posh thing and give it to a charity shop to sell on for a couple of £
#11
I have listed as buy it now or offers and included lots of pictures including receipt etc. Fingers crossed!
banned#12
A US size 4 is a UK 6-8 not 10

Edited By: whatsThePoint on Apr 23, 2011 22:38
#13
£2k clothes is classed as designer now?
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whatsThePoint
A US size 4 is a UK 6 not 10
No, no it's not. It's an 8.
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baffledsalmon
whatsThePoint
A US size 4 is a UK 6 not 10

No, no it's not. It's an 8.


So not a 10?. . .
banned#16
Thread closed, you're subject to a full trading ban for ignoring previous restrictions.

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