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Sometimes I check the thrift thread and feel fine.    Other times I check the thrift thread and see spoo continue to dominate so hard that it makes me just slowly shut the laptop. 
Anyone here have good luck with iron on patches for moth holes, or some other method less costly than reweaving?   Normally i wouldn't be interested, but I picked up a mainline yohji yamamoto Shacket - pants combo in a really dark navy, with probably 6 tiny moth holes in different areas. I'd like to keep it for personal use, and considering the baggy nature of the pieces, it seems like tiny patches behind the fabric would work just fine for casual use. 
This thread has taught me to never dry clean anything. 
This is incredibly poor taste.   Edit: If anyone here is struggling with weight or eating issues, please speak with a health professional. There is always a way to get to where you want to be safely.
Shipping advice:   $1,600 item sold domestically. Ship USPS Express or Fedex? Never used fedex before but I remember reading at some point its more secure or something?
Anyone ever seen one of those giant promotional Levi's for sale? There's a pair at a local place, size 74 waist / 40 something length. ~$250 Can't find any sold listings for it. Small e, selvedge.
Its one significant pleat, then two much slimmer, shorter pleats. So I guess three pleat? or 1 and two half pleats? 
sick nasty
Very rare recent Bespoke Cifonelli suit. Completed in december 2006-2007. Mid weight gray wool. 3 roll 2 jacket. Soft but durable fabric.  the extra lines in the back of the pants are from an incorrect pressing.  No discernable damage or stains. Great preowned condition. No tagged size, so please check measurements.    Does not include hanger.    Inches / Centimeters   Shoulder (seam to seam across back): 18.5 / 47 Chest (pit to pit): 21.5 / 54.5 Waist (across...
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