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Slim pickins around here lately. Picked up a couple things I normally wouldn't. When I found this I thought to myself "If Robert Graham made a western shirt, it would probably look something like this".
So glad TC area thrift stores have public restrooms and most of the Goodwill's restrooms are amazingly clean.
I hate Halloween at the thrift stores. Yeah, the bring out a ton of cool stuff but I fear many beautiful pieces meet an awful fate as well. Imagine how many Kiton or Brioni cashmere sportcoats get thrown away after having dumped red paint all over it or holes cut into it because they only paid $8.99 from a thrift store.
Am I seeing this right? Release? Man....
Found a pair of Simon Millers last week for $6.99. but they weren't my size and were heavily worn.
Awesome find! Love FSC. Only found one piece and it wasn't here in Minnesota. I'd say that's a hunting jacket due to the front and rear game pockets. Not a shooting jacket as there doesn't seem to be any shooting patches on the shoulders.
I think I've found like two Hermes shirts, ever. That is insane.
Awesome! I'd say it turned out great.
Yeah, it's really sharp. Very recent. The 1920 line has only been around since late 2011.http://marrowmag.com/fashion/dehen-1920-new-heritage-reproduction-line/The current models retail for $575. Love the navy and brown color combo, which doesn't seem to be available currently.https://www.dehen1920.com/product/varsity-jacket-4
Nope, this was an e-thrift. Might have been a really bad pass but Dehen does make letter jackets and sweaters for high-schools as has for decades. Those are pretty undesirable. There is one there currently that I've been passing on that is from the late 90's and was made for some sort of club, I think. Black sleeves and gray wool body. The 1920 line (which the jacket I bought is from) is their high-end throw-back line. This stuff is desirable as they have no patches or...
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