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Can you guys help me price my jeans?

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 

Since having my little one 15 months ago, my body has not miraculously gone back to something pretty...so I need to sell all my jeans.  They're not all R&R, but quite a few are.  I've been out of the game so long, and it seems that jeans aren't selling for what they used to when I was here a lot- so I have no idea how to price them.  Can you help?

 

I'm working on numbering/labeling, but photobucket's been glitchy tonight.

 

http://s67.photobucket.com/albums/h281/constantine03/Jeans/

 

Thanks.

post #2 of 4

This is one of those things for which you should probably just PM a mod...pricing also depends on a lot of things, including clear photos, accurate measurements, condition, size (for instance, I was just telling someone how difficult tts 28s are to sell, since most midsize women wear either a 27 or 29), inseam (selling <30 inseams won't happen unless you're like...a tts 24. And inseam should never be a smaller number than the waist size)

 

Good luck!

post #3 of 4
Thread Starter 

True- would be easier with measurements.  All inseams on these are 33-34", so nothing short.  I mean- I would've thought they should be in the $50+ range if they were in good condition, but I just saw a pair on ebay that was in pretty good condition that sold for $15, so now I'm at a loss!

post #4 of 4

^hmm, I'm pretty certain you can get a lot more than $15 for long inseam pairs like yours--the seller was probably stupid enough to think a 99c starting bid would get them anywhere and/or knows nothing about listing on ebay. If you're wondering about sizing, I have a conversion guide that'll help you make sense of your jeans' measurements: http://bluemington.t35.com/truetosize.html (for rigid pairs, it works the same way, just subtract one size from what the numbers of your measurements give you. So if you get a 15.5 aligned waist on a 7.75" rise, 18.5" hips on a rigid pair, rather than fitting a true 28 as the guide states for stretch, they'd fit a 27)

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