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post #121 of 667
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Got the bag today; I was actually surprised by how nice it is. Thanks!

It is a really nice bag, that's why I bought mine in the first place

Glad you like it!
post #122 of 667
I think we need to talk to J, or one of the mods, to see if there is a way to have the link to the spreadsheet permanently attched to the current page. If that isn't possible, maybe we could all add it to our signatures. I think I'll add it to mine now.
post #123 of 667
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Originally Posted by tonylumpkin View Post
I think we need to talk to J, or one of the mods, to see if there is a way to have the link to the spreadsheet permanently attched to the current page. If that isn't possible, maybe we could all add it to our signatures. I think I'll add it to mine now.

That's a great idea! I'm adding it to mine too...
post #124 of 667
Picked up a really nice Como Sport button down size large today. I am not sure if this is preowned or stock donated without tage, but where I was at today had several very nice shirts there. There is also a faint red mark through the tag which is why I thought it may be NWOT.



Now listing on E-Bay
post #125 of 667
Here is some stuff up for trade. I have too many blue shirts and light colored blazers.

Want: I dont have any hi-end socks, wouldnt mind trading for some, or offer up something nice, I'm open, even a different shirt -just not blue


Corneliani shirt: (TRAAAAAADED)




Alex Cannon shirt:






Corneliani blazer (42R, 19" shoulder, 25" sleeve, 44" chest, ventless):





post #126 of 667
How long are the sleeves on the Corneliani shirt?
post #127 of 667
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How long are the sleeves on the Corneliani shirt?

Sleeve measures 25 1/2" from shoulder seam to cuff, and has 21" shoulders. I think the trad measurement is from the center of the shoulders to the edge of the cuff which would make it a 35.
post #128 of 667
I have a pair tobacco/light brown Florshiem Longwings size 9 D. I'm normally a 9.5. They look like the Imperials I've seen posted on here but they do not have the fancy sole. I am pretty sure these are the US made ones. I've seen the more recent Made in India versions and these blow them away. I had a new footbed insole put in and reconditioned after I purchased them. They are a great looking shoe, unfortunately they are a tad too small. I'd like to swap for a similar style shoe that would fit better. I'll have pictures later this evening.



post #129 of 667
What trades are you looking for?
post #130 of 667
I would trade for a similar style Florsheim or Allen Edmonds in a 9.5 D. If someone had something that was a step up, I'd be willing to see what I could throw in.
post #131 of 667
I just picked up 2 pairs of nice dress pants- both in size 34. I don't think they're gunna fit me, so they're available if anyone is looking for a trade.

Beige Armani Collezioni
Bright navy/blue Zanella

I'll get up some pictures later.
post #132 of 667
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I'll have these up for grabs for about a week. Jil Sander brown blazer. 3 btn, no rear vent. Slim. Patch pockets. 36R (Eu 46R) Vintage Oxxford trousers. 34 waist.
post #133 of 667
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I just picked up 2 pairs of nice dress pants- both in size 34. I don't think they're gunna fit me, so they're available if anyone is looking for a trade.

Beige Armani Collezioni
Bright navy/blue Zanella

I'll get up some pictures later.

What is the exact measure of the zanellas? Might be interested...
post #134 of 667
Have: Very large collection of Robert Talbott and Brooks Brothers Makers ties. Also, everything I post in FS.
Want: Shoe trees, OCBDs, or possibly anything that would fit me.
Measurements: 39L, 33x33, 16x35, 11.5D-E.
post #135 of 667
I'm in urgent need of a green self-tie bow for next weekend. Its for a "Green Tie" formal affair for St. Patrick's Day. If anyone has something they think might work, please post a picture and we'll see if we can work something out.
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