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post #31 of 49
Damn - I want that overcoat!! Sz 3 would be perfect! Too bad I'm a wannabe midsize-timer....
post #32 of 49
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Originally Posted by Night Owl View Post
Big Timers buy at $6000 then toss it to charity unworn because turns out theres something they dont like about it, then micro timers pick it up and sell it here to small timers and wannabe midsize timers and a few midsizers

This is the basically the cycle of life to this site, and I love it.
post #33 of 49
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Originally Posted by whusurdadi View Post

$4290 Thom Browne overcoats, wool/cashmere blend, 4 button double breasted, size 2 & 3, working sleeve buttons, belted in back, comes with pouch with spare buttons, single vent, $1900.

3:
chest: 22" / shoulders: 18.5" / sleeves: 26.5" / BOC: 36.25 /toc 38.75"

4:
chest: 23" / shoulders: 19.5" / sleeves: 26.50" / BOC: 36.5/toc 38.75"

Not that I'm a big-timer, but are these coats sizes 2 & 3, or 3 & 4?
post #34 of 49
Thread Starter 
Drops across the boards - and now a bunch on fleabay!
post #35 of 49
Good god that TB Overcoat...WANT. Size 1. Find it Whusurdadi, FIND IT.
post #36 of 49
What's all this whining and lack of faith? I'm not sure what in some members' minds constitutes a "Bigtimer". I've had no problems selling Brioni, Caruso, Hermes, etc. here, which I no longer needed. As for whether any "Bigtimers" shop here, let me leave you with this.
Recently a younger colleague at the bank complemented me on my Edward Green dark oak Cadogans (realized on the 202 last) as we walked through the parking garage. When I told him that I had bought them new and in the box for $500 on E-bay, he gasped, "A man like you shops E-bay to save $500 on a pair of EG's ?"
"My dear boy," I replied while easing into the reassuringly lavishly appointed cockpit of my Ferrari Maranello-like Alpha 147 3.2 GTA , "how do you think a man like me, becomes a man like me?"
Cavallo rosso, portami à casa! Con tanto rispetto, W. Mitty aka warrengardner
post #37 of 49
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Originally Posted by Warrengardner View Post
What's all this whining and lack of faith? I'm not sure what in some members' minds constitutes a "Bigtimer". I've had no problems selling Brioni, Caruso, Hermes, etc. here, which I no longer needed. As for whether any "Bigtimers" shop here, let me leave you with this.
Recently a younger colleague at the bank complemented me on my Edward Green dark oak Cadogans (realized on the 202 last) as we walked through the parking garage. When I told him that I had bought them new and in the box for $500 on E-bay, he gasped, "A man like you shops E-bay to save $500 on a pair of EG's ?"
"My dear boy," I replied while easing into the reassuringly lavishly appointed cockpit of my Ferrari Maranello-like Alpha 147 3.2 GTA , "how do you think a man like me, becomes a man like me?"
Cavallo rosso, portami à casa! Con tanto rispetto, W. Mitty aka warrengardner

riight and how many items have sold so far? zero, like I said
post #38 of 49
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riight and how many items have sold so far? zero, like I said

Maybe because they are mostly short sizes and some are ugly?
post #39 of 49
Where did you get all these stuffs from???

I never find any Kiton or Brioni stuffs in my local Neiman Marcus Last Call.

U really own Neiman Marcus..
post #40 of 49
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riight and how many items have sold so far? zero, like I said

2 down...Price Drops on the rest!
post #41 of 49
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Originally Posted by amerikajinda View Post
great stuff!!!


+10000000000000
post #42 of 49
damn that TB overcoat is NICE!!!
post #43 of 49
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Originally Posted by Warrengardner View Post
What's all this whining and lack of faith? I'm not sure what in some members' minds constitutes a "Bigtimer". I've had no problems selling Brioni, Caruso, Hermes, etc. here, which I no longer needed. As for whether any "Bigtimers" shop here, let me leave you with this.
Recently a younger colleague at the bank complemented me on my Edward Green dark oak Cadogans (realized on the 202 last) as we walked through the parking garage. When I told him that I had bought them new and in the box for $500 on E-bay, he gasped, "A man like you shops E-bay to save $500 on a pair of EG's ?"
"My dear boy," I replied while easing into the reassuringly lavishly appointed cockpit of my Ferrari Maranello-like Alpha 147 3.2 GTA , "how do you think a man like me, becomes a man like me?"
Cavallo rosso, portami à casa! Con tanto rispetto, W. Mitty aka warrengardner

Isn't it Alfa?

In any case, whus items here are exceptional. all people are saying (incl myslef) is that its been hard to sell top top shelf stuff here.

I might be missing something, but it didn't seem like it was that easy for you to sell your stuff which was mostly half the cost (or some even less) than whus items here. Even after many many "taking offers" bumps

Whus prices are still great for what they are too. We;'re just ultra spoiled.


M: that Blue Brioni is really really sweet BTW
post #44 of 49
If I'm not mistaken, that first Kiton was just featured in Forbes Life.
post #45 of 49
Beautiful Suits
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