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, April 26, 2010

Y's Yohji Yamamoto Black Slacks 2 S

More photos added.








Fluid black slacks with an interesting pocket detail on the back that is typical Yohji.
The pockets slit into the back yoke. Two slash pockets in the front.
Tab and button front closure, with a snap and a zipper that is 5 inches long.
Made in Japan of 100% wool that feels very silky.
Excellent used condition. Putting up on LoGE because it's a bit snug on me.

Measurements:
Low Waist 30 ½ inches.
Rise 8 ½ inches.
Total length 37 ½ inches.
Inseam 31 inches.
Hip flat is 20 inches.
Leg flat at ankle is 10 inches.

Asking $70, shipping within US included. Listing ends May 4. Thanks for looking.

1 comment:

jliefish said...

Hello, these sound like something I'm looking for, but do you think you could model them so I can see how it drapes? Sorry for making trouble!