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Went today after class, found a nice Pal Zileri blue nailhead suit in pretty good condition, but too big. For anyone in the Philadelphia area, it's at the Junior League Thrift Shop in Ardmore.
Quote: Originally Posted by Blake686 +1, I couldn't agree more Thirded.
Quote: Originally Posted by heli0x I can sorta see how it would come in handy. If your knot is huge, like this guy, the button may prevent the collar from being turned up. I hate myself, but I kind of like this....I'd never wear it, but I kind of like it.
A lot of the others have hit the nail right on the head already, so my two cents will likely be rather brief and slightly redundant in some areas. 1. Cut your hair. If you're looking like you're 15, it's because you have long hair that's in a ponytail, which is only acceptable for guitarists, drummers, lead singers, and Samoan football players. 2. Move to a slim fitting wool pant, which should do wonders for you. If pants are too short, that's an easy fix. ...
I'm curious as to the quality of +J, Jil Sander's guest designer line for Uniqlo? I'd imagine it's close to H&M range, but want to hear opinions before taking the time and spending the train fare to head from Philly into NYC. Any and all opinions requested. I wasn't able to find anything other than pictures posted. If I'm missing something please feel free to insult me, kick me in the shin and point me in the right direction Thanks
To echo the above poster, it's almost always an item that was sold to a closeout store, and the marker is there to denote as such. For instance at Last Call, the marker is placed on the inside cloth tag. It's not always going to be through the label tag.
In my mind, they're two completely different ball games, and you're not comparing apples to apples. I haven't tried on, or even seen, some of the new Oxxford stuff so I might be giving advice that's a tad dated. Oxxford, as mentioned, is going to follow a very conservative cut, very identified shoulders, extra fabric in the body, medium arm holes. From a construction standpoint, it's one of the best you can get OTR. Isaia, conversely, is going to offer a much...
Quote: Originally Posted by musicguy Everytime I check this thread I wonder why Philadelphia doesn't have any good thrift stores. The best one in town had a Zegna, but it felt like it was drycleaned 100 times from with ugly wide lapels from the 80s. They were asking close to $100 for it too. Lame... At least we have Daffy's here. Bryn Mawr hospital?
Found a GORGEOUS NWOT, still with basting, Zegna Couture 100% cashmere light blue blazer. Sleeves, extra wool, and all are included. Unfortunately, it's a 58 Euro and I'm a 50. Wish it was my size However, if anyone wants it, I'll be glad to pick it up for you at cost + shipping. $225 delivered.
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