Every set contains 2 to 5 individual pieces. We are estimating there are APPROXIMATELY* 100 individual items within this Lot.
“Approximately” means: When we estimate how many individual pieces come within sets, we try our best to accurately estimate an individual piece count however it is possible the actual individual piece count may be higher or lower. We do not have the time or manpower to count how many 2 piece, 3 piece or 4 piece sets there are. You are welcome to watch the video above showing the products and create your own individual piece count of the sets. When we say “Approximately” it means there should be around that amount of individual pieces.
These are Liquidations from Costco
What Liquidations means:
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.
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 a Costco Liquidation is actually a store return. The usual reason for return is "Didn't Fit". The reason for this is because Costco does not offer fitting rooms, so customers do not know it doesn't fit until they bring it home and try it on. Typically speaking, Costco Returns are brand new and in perfect condition however sometimes they may have some kind of imperfection, but usually the imperfection is super marginal.
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.