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Examples include pieces from H&M, Forever 21, Gap, Old Navy, Express, American Apparel (this is not an exhaustive list).

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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Steven Alan Reverse Seam shirt in XS/P in dark blue grey

Classic Steven Alan reverse seam shirt in moody dark blue, the material is thicker than usual so this one would be better for the colder seasons. Got it from Satine Boutique, this is in size Petite or XS. Worn only once. My hair is black so wearing this blue, makes the over all look too heavy so I'm parting ways.

Bought at regular price of around $150, asking for $49.99 including shipping within the United States.

Posting ends in a week from today, 7/5. 


M said...

Oh I'm keen. Looks like a wonderful basic! Can you tell me what material this is?


Yonina said...

I'm interested! yonina [at] gmail [dot] com

Nanashi G said...

hi M, the material is cotton, but of thicker weave than his usual versions, so it would be machine washable as usual.

M said...
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M said...

Thanks for that, Nanashi :)