1. I hope you find another one, it's amazing- and lucky- how many old Bal items in excellent condition show up all the time :flowers:

    I'm never buying from Vestiaire again, after a seller recently sent me a Double Tour bracelet not as described ("only worn once" but came with non-disclosed scratches, broken edge coating and markings from the buckle) and Vestiaire are siding with her. I've escalated it to PayPal and will take it to my cc company if necessary, so we'll see.
     
  2. Vestiaire is so hit and miss, my first purchase took ages but I got a discount for scratches found in quality control but they were nothing I wasn't expecting anyway (it was a 1970s CDC belt, of course it's going to have a few little scratches).
     
  3. < It’s cotton though.
     
  4. Oops didn’t see that. You’re right.
     
  5. Hi, I have another question about my camel jacket it says made in France but doesn’t have the white made in France separate horizontal white tag. Normal yay or nay?
     
  6. Is there a tagged post to reference sizing? I'm new and want to invest in a preloved jacket. I'm typically a US small. About 5'6 and 140
     
  7. Perhaps the white label/tag was removed or fell off - I've seen some jackets missing tags before, it's not uncommon with the older/preloved ones.
     
  8. I'm not sure, maybe some of the other ladies on this forum might be aware of some older posts relating to sizing. Your stats sound similar to my size, I wear a 38 or 40 depending on the season/cut of the jacket, I can't zip up comfortably though but mainly because of curvy hips/bust. But I probably wouldn't wear zipped up even if I could
     
  9. Oh wow, Jo is finally selling her choc! I’ve missed her around here.. I actually tried that jacket on years ago when she was contemplating selling but decided against it in the end
     
  10. ** Attn: Aussie Girls **
    Just read this:-
    Goods and Services Tax (GST) is extended to low-value imports effective 1 July 2018. This means shipments to Australia with goods valued at AU$1,000 or less will be assessed 10% GST based on the declared value of goods, insurance and freight cost.
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