Bought this skirt

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Layne
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Bought this skirt

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on ebay. Bit of a wait, as they said in their ad, but, worth it.

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cool! what's the ebay shop? they might need us!
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I have seen items from this ebay seller frequently and am considering buying something. I would be very interested to know what sort of quality it is and the type of fabric used.

Here is the link that I use : http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Your-Tailor_Sk ... idZ2QQtZkm

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Post by Layne »

I will look on the tag this evening and let you know what it is made of. It wears and hangs well. They are all custom made, light weight. I love mine and plan on ordering others from him.

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I wonder how those skirts would look on men with arms. They have a sort of "Venus De Milo" look now. hehehehehe :D
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Post by Layne »

I could try and snap a photo of the real thing and post it. So long as I edit out my face, should be no problem.

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Face

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No I am not horribly disfigured. As a matter of fact I have posted in here before, but like I mentioned earlier or on another thread I recently signed with a modeling agency (doing commercial print work) and I cannot post my face without the agency's consent.

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Post by boca »

Layne - Is that standard procedure for modeling? from what I gather, once you sign with a modeling agency, your face becomes their copyright (in printed images).

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Guess that depends

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on your contract and the specifics contained therein.

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Post by Layne »

OK, better answer: your face is YOUR image, however, they are entitled to a percentage of anything it earns, for the services they provide you with. And they are providing you with services, even when you are not doing something for them

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