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You're right, more people leads to more/better finds. Naturally we get desensitized to certain labels, though I'd certainly be excited to find any number of them. I think I know the jacket you're talking about - I saw it on my phone and thought it would be quoted 5 times, but nothing else had been mentioned!I love the vintage stuff and most of what appears in Spoo's thread. I absolutely love some of the stuff from the 1900s-1960s. It's fairly rare to find in thrifts now,...
39...and I would even say on the small side, at that. I couldn't get my foot inside the shoe and I'm normally a 40-41. Definitely men's, just....small.
Very true.Like I said, I'm not complaining as I enjoy the thread here as much today as a year ago, just a noted difference.
Haha, unfortunately not. Very small. I will dig up a picture.Edit:
What I think is strange about this thread is that the standards are constantly raised a bit. I remember when a Borrelli or Brioni shirt would be surprising, but it seems they're found on a daily basis with little fanfare. I posted a pair of Vass shoes a couple of months ago and I can't remember if anything was said. One category that seems to consistently get comments though, and it happens to be one of my favorite "categories" in this thread, are the vintage pieces....
Money with hand-rolled edges
Thanks for the help, guys! I thought the same, that it must have frayed at an edge and was repaired.Chet, that's definitely a restrained pattern, very nice. I bought mine from a flipper on the cheap. I have two others, but one was gratis as it has a giant stain in the middle. Not sure what I should do about that.Wow, nice find! Not to many Herm├ęs scarves make an appearance on this thread!
Can anyone verify this? Everything else looks right to me, but I've never seen one with the back so sloppy. Was it repaired or is it fake? Loop is present. [[SPOILER]]
Awesome, I'll try to make it!! Great look!
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