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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

No expert, but can you provide close ups of both sides of the strap where it folds around the buckle attachment to the bag? The strap should have a finished look at the attachment.
His pics provided are enough, Believe me, EVERYTHING IS OFF.
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Originally Posted by PLaydice View Post

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uhoh.gif NO NO NO ON THE LV.


Haha, that bad? I always tell myself shouldn't buy things I have no knowledge of but never seem to listen.

 

Glad I've got a great community of fellow thrifters! (and a 10 day return policy)

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Man, read a guide, even beginner guides would have kept you from that abomination brosef.
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Originally Posted by AlexJ1100 View Post
 


Haha, that bad? I always tell myself shouldn't buy things I have no knowledge of but never seem to listen.

 

Glad I've got a great community of fellow thrifters! (and a 10 day return policy)

 

Take heart in the fact that the fake I picked up a few weeks ago was even worse than your fake.  There's a basic, but helpful, guide on ebay on "how to authenticate a Louis Vuitton bag".  I think I spent $7, maybe $9, on mine, and brought it home to have in front of me, to read the guide and look at the bag and gain some knowledge on them first-hand.

 

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Is there a guide on the different types of tie weaves? I cant find nothin! Here are some examples, not sure what to call them:

 

 

 

 

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How gorgeous is this thing


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Thread Starter 
size 48? smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

Anyone know what I'm looking at here?

looks like a corduroy shacket from here!

 

you know, levi's stopped the red tab big E in 1971, but the white tab and orange tab (and also that black-and-gold tab) were used longer. i'd expect this to be a student jacket. they usually have the product code on the inner tag, might be easiest to look it up using that.

 

EDIT: i'd pass but there's some levi's leisurewear, student wear etc that is interesting and flippable

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

size 48? smile.gif

Step aside slim, this looks like big boy size. 56R?
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Only find today at one Goodwill was a recent Hickey Freeman Charcoal Gray 100% Worsted Wool Suit Made In the USA. 42R, Pants 34x36.



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42 long
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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post

Step aside slim, this looks like big boy size. 56R?
Brianpore has a nice caruso made rlbl of mine in cashmere in 56R i sent him if ur interested pm him work something out for a member
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After work stop
2x zanella, Armani, VV, club Monaco

North face pants, Patagonia performance wool

Alan Paine alpaca, gaeltarra chunky wool

Mint boss red label

Zanella platinum Loro piana cashmere wool,'flat front Benny

Armadillo trofeo bespoke
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Zanella platinum Loro piana cashmere wool,'flat front Benny

Size? Available?
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Originally Posted by Ace_Face View Post

Step aside slim, this looks like big boy size. 56R?

If it was...where you gonna rock that in T-town?
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