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So .... the Billy Reid 40 R herringbone tweed would work better for a 40-42. Anyone interested? (BOC is about 29, I think)   And I've never been so sure something was NWOT    
Thrift-fit worthy getup at the epic Less Than Jake/Reel Big Fish concert tonight. I felt like I was 13.
What should I do with my four-hour layover in Saint Louis? Anyone? @Orgetorix?
STAY AWAY! Whatever, I have no time to thrift anymore.
Quasi-consignment store prices, but Billy Reid tweed in my size -- "never wore it" -- so I'm happy. (Picked up from Grailed, and it isn't here yet, so it might not fit,which would be sad.)  
If it's not getting any use ... I cover the logistics industry. My specialty is air cargo.....
Picked up this recent Zegna orphan today just because. I think it can stand alone as a sportcoat, and it's pretty damn recent, right?      
Looking to trade this Billy Reid triple-patch sportcoat I found today. Feels like wool, but it says it's 100-percent cotton.   Tagged 44 L, but p2p is 22 and length from collar bottom is 31.     Looking for sportcoats of similar make in a 38-40 S (For Billy Reid, I guess it would be a 40 R)
Bringing the style back to styleforum ... and scarring my child for life in the process.   Who wore it better?             Getting a new job, which is in PEACHTREE CITY (Atlanta folks know what's up), actually means I have to work in an office instead of working from home, spending "work" time thrifting. So I will have no finds for the foreseeable.
The Sander is definitely men's, but it looks a tad bit ridiculous on me. Available.  
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