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Hello, I am selling a pre owned pair of men's Allen Edmonds Singleton penny loafer for Ralph Lauren in black calf leather. I am the original owner, and ordered them from the Allen Edmonds headquarters in Wisconsin, USA. This pair is deemed as a second quality, which means there is a possibility of having superficial imperfections such as nicks and scratches. This pair appears free of those imperfections, which can be seen in the pictures. Note that they do not come...
Those pocket squares are probably the same size as Aladdin's flying rugs.He should've called them pocket rugs instead, way catchier too. Lol.I recall that guy having another account, GTR something. He had on the typical stuff that one with more money than taste would: Ferragamo belts, LV shoes, etc. I can be wrong if there's another guy with pocket rugs out there.
He has his niche. I think him and a few other 'teen stylists' got flown out to NY's fashion week as well.I only follow only a handful of folks, mostly friends and fellow SFers. It comes down to your page, you need to have good photography (like that guy does), and probably good advertising. I notice a lot of these kids do a shout out like "follow @____ for some dope fits". Even the most impeccably dressed dudes on here who just do the typical mirror selfies most likely...
Thanks, fellas. I don't know why the pants look a bit baggy in the picture. Leg opening is the typical 7.5".Kinda hard to do outfit pics now when I leave for work at 6AM. Haha. Had to do the shot when I got home.
Taking the burnt orange chinos out for the first wear today. The color is lovely for the fall. Shirt is also a white Epaulet denim shirt.
Gorgeous. I also got a pair last week. An absolutely great value even at retail price.
Not precise Bev Hills, but there's one on Beverly and something..pretty close to the Beverly Center, and another one a couple of miles down from the Century City Westfield Center. I used Beverly Hills since it's more known than say, the west side, which is a local term.
Haha. I usually plan things out. I hit up the stores usually at 9AM on the weekends until lunch time. It's entertaining at times. I've never even found Allen Edmonds, just some really beat up square toe shoes I can probably use as dumb bells. The best thing I found were a pair of fake Jordan retro sneakers. The thrift stores on the good side of town mark up everything, a YSL dress shirt was around $25. It's cool to see the older labels at least. Will try for a...
I called eBay to have it remove so it doesn't show anymore. The funny part is that he resides in my home country (Thailand), in which I send stuff back all the time. I thoroughly told him it wasn't worth it because the item (a pair of used Nike sneakers) was going to end up at around $100 or so. Shipping was going to be half of that. He persisted and I felt bad since he wanted the shoes.Feedback was along the line of "good condition shoes, bad seller...had to pay...
I envy you guys with the good finds. I've tried thrifting about 6-7 times and have yet to find anything worth buying. I'm in Los Angele, and tried everywhere from the valley to Beverly Hills. The Goodwill at the Beverly Hills marks stuff up too, ie a Lacoste polo shirt would be around $20...seems quite silly at that price.
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