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I used to cover sports & celebrity memorabilia and did some of these types of events. I would say: Unprofessional? No. Dorky? Yes. Should you do it? Yes, if you plan to do something with the jacket (i.e. hang it in a glass box in your man cave).I let "fear of other people perceiving me as a dork" get in the way of several autograph misses I rue to this day: Herbie Hancock, Todd Rundgren...and someone who sat beside me at a trade show presentation who later left this mortal...
Also, in reviewing the last few pages I can see you guys have raised the level of discourse here to junior high football locker room. That's a couple steps up from before! Congratulations! Heh. Is 38R related to Frenchy or a new incarnation (i.e. Son of)? It's sounding quite familiar, yet without the Archie Bunker social commentary.
That makes way more sense.
Hi kids, I have heard there's been some rumors of my demise, so I'll give you the drive-by update, heh: I'm still alive. My thrifting obsessions persist, but family and work has sapped my time, after jamming hundreds of store visits into a couple-three years, well, we all have to pay the piper, don't we? Plus my closets are stuffed. It was hard at first to throttle back, but it gets easier, heh. OK, that was a lie. it doesn't. When I do surface in our favorite dens of...
Ha ha Ha? Is I'm not really good with math. It was close to one third retail. A tenth and I would be doing other things than posting here… To myself
Have not posted in forever I have been getting bowties and pocket squares Combining them with otherwise staple coats and white shirts and khaki colored wool pants for Business meetings Today at a trade show in Orlando, I had some free time so I hit the etro outlet as well as Neiman Marcus and Barney's You guys would kill me if you knew what I paid for this set of gitman brothers, Alexander olch, Barney store brand etc. ties and pocket squares… But let's just say it was...
Apologize if someone else has posted this WSJ story about how this woman built a $240M company in 7 years starting with what we do....livin' the dream. It's kinda inspirational...
PSA to New England peeps, exhibit on dandies & history of sartorial whatnot at RISD ... ending soon ... be sure to hit the Savers in Providence and Warwick when ur down there!
I did not thrift these Versace sheets. However, I do wish Spoo had put these lovelies on the Scavenger Hunt list. Deion Sanders, Jr. not included.
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