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post #16 of 281
I don't have a photo, but I spotted a women's "Cucci" watch at a thrift store recently.
post #17 of 281
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This is NOT the Chipp you are looking for!

looks like a "real" Mr Chips label from a boy's suit puzzled.gif
post #18 of 281
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Originally Posted by FaceOfBoh View Post

A Soviet tie.
It's in English so obviously for the export market.
Bonus points: which 5-Year Plan did this fulfill?
The most interesting thing about it is that the inter lining is a thick yet (somewhat) flexible sheet of plastic.

That's awesome, definitely worth keeping for what it is.

I bet a tie like that wasn't worn by messrs Khrushchev, Brezhnev, Andropov, Chernenko and Gorbachev though. Apparently Mikhail Gorbachev got his suits from Savile Row, and his shirts from Jermyn Street. Never seen any pictures of Stalin wearing a tie though.
post #19 of 281

This is an AWESOME thread idea- I'm bringing my camera the next time I go thrifting!

post #20 of 281
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looks like a "real" Mr Chips label from a boy's suit puzzled.gif

 

LOL I was referring to this is not the "Chipp" label you are looking for. Yes, this was a boy's jacket.

post #21 of 281

Thrift Thread guys will appreciate this one....

 

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post #22 of 281
Thread Starter 
1. They're unworn. How did they get here? Did someone bring them? They didn't wear them. Were they bought here? What kind of retail outlet would carry these?
2. There's no rhyme nor reason to how they price things at this place.
3. I've actually been to Bydgoszcz.

post #23 of 281
In college there was an Asian kid in my class who had a shirt that said , "Nike, choice the champion"
post #24 of 281

Found this at Savers in Salt Lake City! Maybe this is Boss' collection for Halloween:

 

 

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post #25 of 281

Woolrich tag sew on upside down = EPIC FAIL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! facepalm.gif

 

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They were paying homage to a certain Led Zeppelin song...The paw print was actually pretty cute.

 

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That must be the sketch of the designer...Out of his goddamn mind!

 

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Please see comment number 1.

post #26 of 281
As suggested by FaceofBoh


post #27 of 281
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

It's not free to get in the Star Trek Convention. You got to pay for admission!

That has to be one of the funniest responses in a long time.rotflmao.gif
post #28 of 281

While whipping through the store gathering jeans, when I actually purchased these thinking they were Levi 501's 

 

 

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I am glad they sold for $20.00 on Ebay. 

post #29 of 281

Still no pics in the wild, though I did run into a "Giorgio Amati" suit about a week ago xD

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Still no pics in the wild, though I did run into a "Giorgio Amati" suit about a week ago xD

 

OH yeah? I bet you can't beat "Giorgio Arwani"! No pics either but you get the idea...

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