Trade for new and used items, like gucci envy me, in in Toronto. Earn BTZ to buy and sell on Bunz, or to spend on coffee, groceries and more at local businesses. Help us support sustainable trade in Toronto.
GUCCI Monogram Canvas GG Ankle Boot Beige Ruggine - Size 37, 8 US
Comes with box, no dustbag. have a receipt from Nordstrom. Retails for $1667.50 Tap the Resort 2019 logomania trend with Gucci's beige ankle boots. They're Italian-crafted from 1970s-inspired GG canvas, featuring the label's Running G belt buckle – an emblem from the Gucci archives – then finished with rosebud-print leather lining and soles. Slip them on with a checked skirt and silk blouse for an eclectic ensemble. COLOUR: Beige COMPOSITION: Textile. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Italy GG canvas Square toe, block heel Gold-tone metal logo Floral-print leather lining, insole and sole Side zip Fits true to size https://www.matchesfashion.com/intl/products/1246606?rffrid=sem.Google.n=g.cid=932256655.aid=49363666267.k=.mty=.d=m.adp=1o2.cr=222170733804.tid=pla-360373812959.pid=1246606000016.ppid=360373812959.lpm=9061009.adty=pla.prl=en&utm_content=1246606000016&utm_term=360373812959.[value].&gclid=CjwKCAjwnrjrBRAMEiwAXsCc48aPezHXtGbeJd9yVRXJILU2ggdB9TMyot25EKFpYIjWRVuRzG4TKxoCr-YQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds Retails for $1667.50 CAD ISO $680 combined value of grocery, visa, amazon, little burgundy or shoppers giftcard Not looking for "anything of mine" messages unless you have items of comparable value. Not currently ISO all btz for this. Open to bundle trade of gc and other designer items.
Forget Me Not Multi-Use Oil
This is a re-Bunz. Dropped a couple drops from the dispenser top - it’s lightly fragrances and I like it but I just don’t think I would reach for it everyday. Has beautiful flowers inside and would smell lovely for spring. Label is hard to read so I’ll type it out for you! Pink rose, Forget me not & Currant Enriched with Apricot Oil and Sweet Almond Oil 4oz Hair, Nail and Body Oil ❤️
Demo Day - Ask Me Anything
Bartholomew Sisters is having a demo day! Join me, Amandla, the owner and creator of Bartholomew Sisters, as I shows you how to apply and use the vegan skincare line! There are products available for the face, hair, and body. I will take you through a full regiment, which makes a great wellness package for yourself or a loved one. You will have a chance to sample any of the products you like and take away a special treat! This is a free demonstration - Visit us at The Nooks Sunday, April 7th from 12pm - 2pm. Just west of Woodbine and Danforth. If you have any questions prior to the demo day please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
“I Don’t Want This, But Give Me All You Got”
It seems to me that many of the issues that arise on bunz have to do with people wanting something for their junk.* It strikes me as an infantile attitude for people to say, “I don’t want this item, but you should give me a lot for it.” I don’t believe that it follows a) that because something has a frank monetary value (eg gift cards) that the owner needs to ask for that cost in trade, or b) that items should necessarily be traded for other items that have a similar sunk cost Maybe another way to think about it is this: you bought an expensive thing and spent your cash in that instance of buying. Why does it follow that that instance of buying is relevant to the future value of that item for someone else? Yes, I understand that another person may have to spend a similar amount of money to get that item if they went to a store. But why are you trying to be that store? Is money available to everyone in the same quantity? Would you feel good if you found you were perpetuating the stratification that exists everywhere else? Why would you assume someone else has the same power as you do? I’m suggesting that buns be a little more critical towards their notions of value and equity. What kind of person do you want to be, in bunz and in life? I wouldn’t ask anyone to take emotions out of the equation, because money and work and access colour our entire lives. But please be conscientious about these things and work to cope effectively with grabby impulses. We all have them (and that is okay!), but please leave the baby behaviour to actual developing children. *not based on any particular trading experience *brought to you by my bored sick leave brain, after reading other people’s complaints