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Almost bought that but the linen content kept me thinking. I only wear shorts/short sleeve shirts in warm weather, if I can help it.
My thrift resolution is to update the thrift section of my brain from the year 2005 and to 2017. It took me a little while, but I haven't picked up a Thomas Pink shirt in over a year. Used to be able to sell striped F/C Pink shirts for $40-$50 with no effort. These days it's hard to get $20, even for really nice ones.The main thing that I'm getting hung up on is label shock on MC shirts (casual and dress). Can hardly give them away anymore unless they're current, in great...
Love both of these. The Columbia is 80's.If you see this label, it's really early. Late 70's.That is the Gerry you're looking for, folks. Puffer jacket in a good color and has the original hood to boot.
Need some help on this one. Read that prior to 2002,production was moved to Madagascar and the quality was poor. Well, the quality is definitely not on par with the real ones I've seen in the store. Painted on logos on the zipper pulls, etc. Still, has Lampo zippers and real down insulation. Rolled the dice. [[SPOILER]]
Thanks for the help! Might actually get a decent frame for it and hang it somewhere if I can't find it a home.
Can any art folks point me in the right direction to find out if I have something here or not? Rolled the dice on this since it was cheap, I found a small snippet online about the artist (which I am guessing is usually a good sign of a "known" artist) and it looks old. A Google search turns up just that, a small snippet with a birth date and a date of death. Nothing more. It could also be by some random person with the same name. Who knows. Worst case is I that I now have...
Dang, I would have been all over that....
One of my coolest finds this year.
Some of those look like regular trousers to me (not part of a suit). Does that one pair of suede knee patches??
I always look inside for a label. Might as well, as I'm already there. Not that much more effort. If I relied simply on the touch test alone, I would have blown over a 1949 bespoke Hunstman suit that felt like sandpaper.As I was purchasing that Burberry's coat, I looked over my shoulder and saw some lady buying that same sweater.
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