MyLuxuryCloset.com prides itself on the quality of its merchandise and does not accept or sell reproductions. Every product acquired has undergone a quality assurance process as well as a authenticity validation process. MyLuxuryCloset.com guarantees the authenticity and condition of every item sold so that customers can purchase products in complete confidence.
What is the condition of the merchandise?
The condition of each item is specified in our ratings found within the product description. An overview of the ratings can be found below:
PRISTINE: The piece is in perfect condition and appears to have never been used. It is in as-new condition
EXCELLENT: The piece is in nearly perfect condition, with only very slight signs of use
VERY GOOD: The piece has been used but has been very well cared for with no major flaws or wear
GOOD: The piece has been used and shows wear
FAIR: The piece has condition issues that may or may not be repairable
How do measurements work for Apparel?
How do your measurements work for Handbags?
Length measures the distance across the "front" base of the bag - left to right.
Width measures the shorter "side" of the base - back to front.
Depth measures the distance from the top of the bag to the base.
Drop measures the distance from the top of the strap(s) to the body of the bag.
How do measurements work for Shoes?
How do measurements work for Sunglasses?
If you have an old pair of glasses that look good, you can easily use the measurement information stamped on them. Usually the information you need is on one of the arms or inside the bridge.
The measurements need not be exact, but the closer they are to those of your old glasses, the more the new ones will look similar on your face.
The front measurement includes the diameter of the lens and the width of the bridge measured in millimetres and usually separated by a small dash or rectangle (e.g.: 50 - 22). The lens diameter is the width of the lens, measured from the bridge, and the width of the bridge is the distance between the lenses above the nose. Sometimes, the vertical measurement of the lens and the length of the arms are also present.
To determine the correct size of your sunglasses, you need the width of the bridge, which determines how the glasses rest on your nose. But the diameter of the lens is an option of choice and is an indication of how the glasses will appear on your face.