You will receive a random pull of colors, styles, pieces and sizes. You can view the merchandise we got in for this listing by watching the video above. You will receive pieces from the pile shown in video and photo. NO EXACT DUPLICATES!
All are Hilary Radley Brand
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Sizes: WOMENS, Assorted
These are Liquidations from Costco
Sometimes the piece has a clearance sticker
Sometimes a removable Liquidation sticker is applied
Sometimes the piece is missing the paper store tag
Sometimes the piece was part of a set and some, or the rest, of the set is missing. The remaining piece(s) are still sellable.
Sometimes the piece was supposed to include a bonus item, such as a belt, and the belt is missing
Occasionally a piece has a stain which is usually dust / dirt from being tried on in the fitting room but on rare occasion the stain could be makeup or food. These stains are usually easily removable without the need for a washing machine.
Costco is a membership-only club. Costco does not offer fitting rooms so buyers have no way of trying on merchandise in the store. This means that Costco gets a decent quantity of returns because the item did not fit the buyer. Items returned to Costco are usually in brand new condition because it did not fit the buyer, therefore it was never worn. There is usually no difference between a Costco return because it didn't fit versus clothing being tried on at a store like JC Penny. When an item is returned to Costco, Costco applies a sticker that says "Didn't Want / Need / Like". It is a removable sticker. This sticker peels off easily without damaging the item, packaging or tag. When Costco liquidates truckloads, these types of returns are mixed in with the brand new merchandise liquidations. You should expect that some of your items in this lot could have the removable sticker applied.
Sometimes the piece looks worn or may actually be worn. We try to remove pieces with major signs of wear but it is not possible for us to catch 100%.
Sometimes the liquidation is applied with a staple to the garment. Simply taking your time and slowly sliding the staple out then stretching the material gently with your fingers is the solution. Obviously if you carelessly rip the staple out you are going to damage the garment.
On very rare occasion there is a rip along a seam or under an armpit that we didn't see. Again, these are usually very simple repairs with basic sewing knowledge. We try to remove all major damage that we see.
It is not possible for us to catch every imperfection. We sort over 10,000 items a week so we do not have time to analyze each piece. You should expect there could be imperfections we did not see.