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After never, never having any luck finding shoos, found a winner yesterday. C & J Sydney loafers. Bummed they don't fit me. Also some AE to round it out.
Ends today, currently only 1 bid. Canali charcoal suit 42L. http://www.ebay.com/itm/141443695777?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
Any of you guys, besides Matty Long Legs, thrifting in Richmond, VA? I was hitting my normal Goodwill this morning when some cat came through with an obvious pattern similar to mine: suits/jackets, ties, then shirts. He was going mostly by feel and popping tags with a speed and eye that comes from much browsing of this thread and much time in the racks. Intimidated, I slowly backed away.
Finally a little something....moderately recent Canali suit.
Canali charcoal suit 42L. http://www.ebay.com/itm/141443695777?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
Oh, the director has already requested a fedora, that's in the works!
Hey Thrift Fellas: The son is in a high school play, in the role of "1930s IRS agent". Needs to come up with a vintage looking suit (although set in 1930s, seriously anything 30s-50s would probably fit the bill). If anyone has anything like that laying around in about a size 36 or 38, shoot me a PM.
If you're interviewing for a $12-15/hr tech support job, it is nearly certain that by dressing in a suit you will out dress everyone there, by a long shot. Despite what you feel is "proper", I think a suit could actually disadvantage you. A nice OCBD/tie/blazer/grey trousers or dressy chinos would be my recommendation.
For sale is a NEW with TAGS, nice looking Brooks Brothers button down in size small. Cut is fairly slim. From their red fleece line. Price is $45 shipped CONUS. International buyers send me a PM for a shipping quote. **UPDATE**price reduced to $30 shipped CONUS**
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