or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome) - Page 1193

post #17881 of 54503
Quote:
Originally Posted by DanM View Post

#cincinnatiThrifting

Wtf. Did not kop.

 

I do not miss Valley...

post #17882 of 54503
The Margiela in question.

22237612179_fecdc67060_b.jpgWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
22237612389_25356be328_b.jpg
21803307423_a52517719d_b.jpg
post #17883 of 54503

A couple of stops this week. Women's Edwin jeans. Redline but not selvedge. Not sure about these.

 

 

Salvrtore Ferragamo

 

 

Bally Swiss

 

 

Don't normally pick up Scotch & Soda, but maybe I should. I have yet to leave anything with happy face gauntlet snaps.

 

 

Polo authentic bleeding Madras. Ralph says it bleeds and I want to believe him. Hope it's the stuff that actually causes cancer. Wore it today.

 

 

Vintage USAF. Shiny. Wish it fit. If label is to be believed, I have now thrifted underwear. pop.

 

The 63 in the DSA number is 1963?

Initially thought this was a paint stain, but looks to be a pattern woven into the collar, which is the part that might show. Camo?

 

.

post #17884 of 54503
Quote:
Originally Posted by sashae View Post


Ask and ye shall receive. The buttons are AMAZING.

Love it!! It's like Dale of Norway got taken out west and toughened up a bit.

post #17885 of 54503
Quote:
Originally Posted by sashae View Post

That feel when you cop an '03 MM4 Maison Martin Margiela staple black cashmere cardigan for your wife and she doesn't get it (my wife, for all of her wonderful qualities, does not /love/ clothes the way that I do.) I /love/ Margiela and this was a sweet find.[/quoted gave my wife a full length Malo 100% cashmere knitted overcoat I thrifted last year, she still prefers the free people sweaters I find for her wink.gif
post #17886 of 54503
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

I asked to see the vicuna and was told "not now, its all downstairs".

What the fuck. Im wearing a suit, driving a Maserati, bringing you a 7K vest. Show me the damn vicuna. lol. i mean i wasn't buying but you think she would have tried right.

Damn man, I haven't shaved in like three months and biked there smelling liked hungover anchovies. I looked like a dirtbag (which I am) but got excellent service. At the same time, the store was dead, the street was dead. I think oak street lives on gigantic baller buys💸💸💸
post #17887 of 54503
THIS is my closet i shit u not.8 feet long.great for chin ups too
I lead a spartan lifestyle,if I have no room left and i wanna buy something then an item has to go to make room.
post #17888 of 54503

I am completely unfamiliar with this brand. 100% linen. Is there a market for such a thing?

 

post #17889 of 54503

Pulled a pair of shoes that has an odd odor - the only way I can think of to describe it is that it smells like my grandma's basement. Old, stale, maybe kind of a mothballish smell, but it's noticeable and I want to get rid of it. Any ideas? 

post #17890 of 54503
When in doubt, coffee right?
post #17891 of 54503
Quote:
Originally Posted by dukedishin View Post

Pulled a pair of shoes that has an odd odor - the only way I can think of to describe it is that it smells like my grandma's basement. Old, stale, maybe kind of a mothballish smell, but it's noticeable and I want to get rid of it. Any ideas? 
Put your feet in them ,boom roasted.
post #17892 of 54503

 

@Cj52racers so like...just dump beans in or put them in a bag and put them in or what?

post #17893 of 54503
Not sure, never done it with shoes, but I've done it with sweaters. Bag with coffee and then a bag with the sweater left open in there. Seems to work pretty well
post #17894 of 54503
Quote:
Originally Posted by dukedishin View Post

Pulled a pair of shoes that has an odd odor - the only way I can think of to describe it is that it smells like my grandma's basement. Old, stale, maybe kind of a mothballish smell, but it's noticeable and I want to get rid of it. Any ideas? 

I use sneaker balls. Available at Marshalls / TJ Maxx.
post #17895 of 54503
Zero Odor works remarkably well as well.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)