LoGE is moving to Instagram (thegeneraleconomy)

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. I will only list 3 items per seller at a time

4. If you don't leave your contact info in the comments, you will not be eligible.

5. Only serious buyers, please! The buyer has 1 business day to pay or make arrangements.

6. If you have participated in LoGE in the past and would like to help me post items, please email me to make arrangements using a shared gmail account.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

J. Crew Schoolboy Blazer, Scottish Wool

Lovely limited edition wool schoolboy blazer from J. Crew. It is made of 100% wool, from the beloved Robert Noble mill in Scotland. The quality is excellent and the jacket looks brand new. Color is light grey (it looks more beige than it is in the photos. It is a cool grey). Has an adorable striped lining at the collar (so cute with it popped!) This jacket has a single button front with a leather button, a collar and notched lapel, long sleeves, three front patch pockets, it is self belted with d-ring adjustments at the sides, has the Noble Scottish crest sewn just inside the lapel and is fully lined. It is marked a women's size 6 (fits more like the size 4 in the current schoolboy blazer).

Shoulders: 15.5", Armpit to Armpit: 19", Sleeve Length (from Shoulder): 25", Length at the Back: 22".

Brand: J. Crew
Material: Scottish wool
Paid: $180
Asking: $65 plus $10 shipping

If interested, please leave your name in the comments below or email jessiegaskell@gmail.com. Listing ends one week from today. Thanks!

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