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    Seems like there's more of a market for the larger sizes too.

    I just had a look on the Bonds website and all the cute patterns are only available in tiny sizes.

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    Seems crazy to me, I only buy bonds when they do 40% off. A bit like the world of babywearing, I know of people who have paid 2k for a woven wrap! I have much better things to spend my money on.

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    Supply and demand. If lots of people really want something, then up goes the price. Seems nuts but hey, if they have the money; their choice. I do wonder though whether people justify the cost thinking that they'll make it back if/when they sell, but the bubble has to burst some time.

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    I really don't understand it either and if anything, it's turned me off buying bonds.

    In saying that, I wish I had a suit to sell for $182!!

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    $182 for that, what are people thinking? No way would I spend over $20 for that but it would better be brand new.

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    Far out. $182!!
    Imagine all the brand new bonds onsies you could buy for that.
    I love bonds onsies. They're cute. They're even more cute on sale in the stores or discounted at Trade Secret!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekychook View Post

    In saying that, I wish I had a suit to sell for $182!!
    Yeah, it's made me think about stuff i have bought and put away for when my bub is bigger! It's just madness though, and i find it hard to understand how it could really be worth more than when i bought it - yep, mostly on sale!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    I love bonds onsies. They're cute. They're even more cute on sale in the stores or discounted at Trade Secret!
    Lol. Exactly!

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    I think the bottom is really falling out of the bonds market. I've dabbled in a little reselling after realising that the zippies I had bought for my daughter to grow into were highly sought-after patterns. I paid $15 each and sold them in excess of $50 each :-O I did an auction thing on one of the Facebook groups. I think that one up the top was actually a sample, so there is only that one in that size (maybe?) I totally agree though, I'd never spend big $ on something that miss 10 months is going to stain with her breakfast and possibly even poop on!

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    Default Re-selling Bonds stuff - what's it all about?

    And to think I gave all my bonds stuff away to family members. I coulda gone on an O/S holiday LOL.

    I don't think I have spent that much on an outfit for me except for things for weddings, so no way would I spend that much on ONE suit for one of the kids.


 

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