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so off topic but i would be interested in feedback of how lulu is reselling. not the gouging i have been shocked by on ebay but just a 'clean out the closet' for some older items in really good shape. i had a quick look at ebay and there is so much available and as i have not ever tried to sell any of it, i wonder has it retained its resale value???
OK, i think i need that bhakti in bordeaux. i passed on it last year and these ladies are making it look so good! i'm wondering if i can justify buying the bhakti if i sell my BD define?!?!?
I've sold a lot of stuff on eBay over the years and I usually get decent prices. I take really good care of it and many of the items I post are EUC. You can usually get at least half the value and sometimes more, depending on the item and color. It's hard to predict what will sell fast and what takes longer.
anon@5:58pmI lost 25 lbs and just sold a number of items on ebay...No other clothing brand I know of holds the value lulu holds at resale...ebay or consignment shops.
I like the gray Bhakti jacket. I have the white one but it kind of makes me feel like a tenant at a psych ward. Has anyone ever tried dying luon? email@example.com
@ 5:58 pm - I also have sold a lot of stuff on eBay, but all of it is in EUC because I take such good care of it. I always price it below retail but on occasion I get a lot for it if it's something people really want (due to bidding). That being said, I buy on there too, as I've found a number of times that I don't want something until long after Lulu has stopped making it. So it's not a bad way to finance this habit, especially if you've got things hanging around that you're not wearing. Keep in mind though that eBay takes 10% and paypal takes at least 4%. Can put a dent in your haul! Though any $$ is more than none :)
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