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.

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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Rachel Comey Mars Boots, Size 9

Posting for Brynn:

Classic black leather ankle boots with natural, chunky wood heel. Bought new from another seller and have worn half a dozen times since then, but they’re a little too snug for me so I’m regrettably letting them go. Impeccable condition, I had the heels replaced with rubber heel caps by a professional cobbler a few months ago. These are a size 9, which I typically am, so I would say these run a little small; I would recommend for someone who wears an 8.5 or has very narrow size 9 feet. I no longer have the original box but will ship them in another sturdy shoe box and dust bag.

Insole: 10.25"

Brand: Rachel Comey
Size: 9
Paid: $340 from LOGE
Asking: $190 including shipping in the US

Listing ends September 2. Email brynntownsend [at] gmail [dot] com for any questions.


Joseph Meade said...

I would love to wear these! Please consider me!

santokkie82 said...

I have a pair of these too and couldn't wear them at first bc they were so narrow and hurt my feet. And then I saw a trick on YouTube where you fill a ziplock halfway with water, put inside the shoe, and then stick it in a freezer overnight. The ice expands, and stretches out the leather. It totally worked for me and they fit beautifully now. I was so relieved bc I was able to save my shoes!

B. said...

Interested! blissfultext at gmail dot com. In Canada.