I consider this a thrift brag since thrifting has paid for my education so far, and it seems to be paying off:
Submitted a poem to The New Yorker for fun, and, though I won't be published yet, this is a pretty exciting response.
First up, shoutout to Fueco for this SWEET Viyella x Gant shirt as a prize for winning his thrift fit contest. Never been able to find a Viyella shirt that fits, so thanks bro! And now some crappy teaser pics!Sulka e-thrifts came todayThis must've been a custom job, dated 1989. The silk feels RIDONKULOUS [[SPOILER]] [[SPOILER]] Shells
It's not the La Pavoni I want, but this is a sick deal for BNIB. By the response I got from the Chemex warmer, I figured of give a heads up to the fellow coffee geeks to not overlook Homegoods on your TJX runs.
Since we're still on cars, I'd like to address the reliability issue. A few years ago, Toyota built cars that accelerated by themselves and killed a bunch of people. This from one of the supposed most reliable makers. Honda has had recent engine recalls. No car manufacturer is immune from such things. A Ferrari has way more soul than some silly Japanese car that was born out of imitating a mid century American muscle car.
Congrats, Wes! I wish you the best of luck and hope your business thrives. This [tweed] thrift/discount/trade fit is dedicated to you, since it's finally cold enough in Florida to wear layers.
RLBL cashmere shawl cardigan (from Gmmcl )
J. Crew micro gingham
Naked & Famous hemp selvage
Sulka shearling lined chukkas
Pantherella merino socks
Bradington Young chair