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Dolce & Gabbana (D&G) Leather Belt (buffalo leather) - YOOX.com - £55 (+ p+p)
Dolce & Gabbana (D&G) Leather Belt (buffalo leather) - YOOX.com -  £55 (+ p+p)

Dolce & Gabbana (D&G) Leather Belt (buffalo leather) - YOOX.com - £55 (+ p+p)

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Great deal for a D & G belt, these belts normally retail for approx £150 - 200ish. Remember that as with most Italian brands, you should size up (I went for 34, despite wearing 30 inch jeans to give you an idea, and it is still tighter than my Hugo Boss belt at 32).

First deal, so hope posted correctly.

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The market stall near my in-law's villa in Spain sells these for a fiver.

boggybill

The market stall near my in-law's villa in Spain sells these for a fiver.



Plus airfare to market stall near a villa in Spain = more than £55 lol

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boggybill

The market stall near my in-law's villa in Spain sells these for a fiver.



Nice. For those who are prepared to wear fakes, I fully recommend boggybill's suggestion rather than my deal.

Only £2.40 in the Chinese Shops here in Spain, or £4 in the Market, they always assure you they are genuine in the market, But I am not sure as I have never seen a plastic cow ;-)

I have paid far much more for a belt... Make a good present for dad

Lovin' all the **** comments. This is why I love this site!:p

The heat says it all, most people on here are on the Dole!;)

trigger_andy

Lovin' all the **** comments. This is why I love this site!:p The heat … Lovin' all the **** comments. This is why I love this site!:p The heat says it all, most people on here are on the Dole!;)



Or they just have enough common sense not to overpay for something as functional and rarely noticed as a belt. My DKNY and CK belts were under a tenner from the clearance bit of TK Maxx. Now that was a pair of belt bargains

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Covert Recon

Or they just have enough common sense not to overpay for something as … Or they just have enough common sense not to overpay for something as functional and rarely noticed as a belt. My DKNY and CK belts were under a tenner from the clearance bit of TK Maxx. Now that was a pair of belt bargains

Looking through your recent deal posts on your profile, you've posted a computer game at £25, but then shoes at a fiver and a watch at £24.

It looks like your priorities in life might be a little different than mine, and you might prefer shopping at places like TK Maxx.

You bothered to look at my deals via my profile? You must have too much spare time. Not sure how the deals I've posted really tell you anything about me other than I spotted a few bargains that people might be interested in, which is the point of this site. I didn't buy the shoes and watch myself, although if snobbery is your point, the shoes were from Sole Trader and the watch was Diesel, so they were hardly market stall quality.

Like most people on here, I just want the best products at the lowest prices. Nothing 'low' about a belt for £55. TK Maxx is packed with designer bargains for those prepared to look. Less of the attitude towards people on benefits as well if you don't mind. The economic slump has left all kinds of professions, even such as solicitors and accountants, without a job through no fault of their own.

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Covert Recon

You bothered to look at my deals via my profile? You must have too much … You bothered to look at my deals via my profile? You must have too much spare time. Not sure how the deals I've posted really tell you anything about me other than I spotted a few bargains that people might be interested in, which is the point of this site. I didn't buy the shoes and watch myself, although if snobbery is your point, the shoes were from Sole Trader and the watch was Diesel, so they were hardly market stall quality.Like most people on here, I just want the best products at the lowest prices. Nothing 'low' about a belt for £55. TK Maxx is packed with designer bargains for those prepared to look. Less of the attitude towards people on benefits as well if you don't mind. The economic slump has left all kinds of professions, even such as solicitors and accountants, without a job through no fault of their own.



Enjoy your computer games

good price for this but a horrible belt
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