1. Fast fashion posts will be deleted immediately at the discretion of the editors (Erica and Carissa (cupcakewalker)
Examples include pieces from H&M, Forever 21, Gap, Old Navy, Express, American Apparel (this is not an exhaustive list).

2. Pricing guidelines: Don't ask for more than you paid. If it's a current season item, I usually offer at least a 30% discount. Any posts that seem profit-motivated will be deleted. If it's obviously worn or more than 1 year old, I offer at least 50-60% discount of the paid price (not the original price).

3. Do not list more than 3 items a day. You can easily schedule a post for the next day.

4. Anyone who reposts an item within a week ('reducing' the price if no one has posted a comment) or ends an auction early won't be able to post any longer.

5. If you don't leave your contact info in the comments, you will not be included in the random drawing.

6. Only serious buyers, please! The buyer has 2 business days to pay or make arrangements.

7. Previous blog authors who have given up their spots will have access to an Open ID for occasional posts. Anyone on the wait list who only has 1-4 total items can contact a participating blog author who can post items on their behalf.

8. Do not re-list an item more than twice.

Monday, November 30, 2009

First Season Miu Miu Plaid Dress Size 40

Do you remember the first season that Miu Miu appeared? Well, I do. I was so excited about the store opening -- and the fact that a diffusion line for Prada was available, something more affordable. Ok. "Affordable."

Chloe Sevigny, in the Kids-era, and Drew Barrymore were the first to model for the line. I thought that was a brilliant move for Miuccia Prada and added a much needed hipness to the Prada line-up.

I bought this shirt dress at the Miu Miu Prince Street Boutique. I think it was my second Miu Miu purchase, the first being a pair of clunky wooden heels that I think are still very cool (and which I still own) to this very day. I remember paying something like $450 for the dress -- a huge expense then and now.

It's hard to price this dress since you never see them around but I think it will be a collectors item in the future in the way that Karl Lagerfeld's dresses for 70s era Chloe are now collected: a future classic.

Condition: Mint. No rips, stains or tears. Comes with matching belt. Everything is original, down to the buttons. I've never had it altered. Absolutely mint, pre-owned condition.

Size: Italian 40. Miu Miu runs small, so this would easily fit a Italian 38, US size 0-2 or French 34. (I wear a size 38 normally and this fits perfectly.)

Measurements: shoulder 15"
Bust: 34" accommodates A, B or less full C cup (my model form is a 34C and the dress is tight around the chest when worn on the form.)
Waist: 28"
Dress length: 38" -- knee length.

Paid: $450+
Asking: $100 + 6 shipping

Listing end: December 6, leave email in comments!


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