I got this message in response.
"Is there anyway you can tell from the actual jeans
themself either they're the 'Honey' or 'Socialite'
beside the big white tag that's stabled to the jeans.
I've noticed there's a white tag that said the 'Honey'
on another pair of Joe's jeans which I believe is a
'Socialite'. So I think the jeans somehow got mixed up
with the wrong white tag. Please be sure to verify the
jeans before you send them back."
I told them that like with many other designer jeans, you can tell a lot of things by the inside tags on the jeans. The style number on the inside tags of the jeans, 37HV5410, is for JOE'S JEANS SOCIALITE IN HARVEY, just as the tags stapled to the waist say.
Then, I get an e-mail saying:
"Yes, it was my fault that the wrong tag was stabled to
the jeans. Anyways, if it make you feel better please
go ahead and ship them back and I'll issue you a full
refund+shipping fees. These jeans are currently retail
for $174 just so you know. Thanks and sorry for the
I told them again that THE WRONG TAG IS NOT STAPLED TO THE JEANS. Both tags correspond to what was sent, Socialites, not the Honeys listed in the auction. I also told them that I was an educated member of a premium denim forum and I am fully aware of the retail price of these jeans, but that doesn't change the fact that THESE WERE NOT THE JEANS PICTURED AND LISTED IN THE AUCTION and NOT WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR.