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Heyyyyyy. So like where are you located?

Edit:^wizard spoo beat me by 47 seconds
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So, I found chinchilla today.
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Originally Posted by jdrizzy View Post

Heyyyyyy. So like where are you located?

Edit:^wizard spoo beat me by 47 seconds
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No comment as to where I reside.
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a little bit of context maybe then? 13 kiton ties out of the blue makes people curious ^^
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a little bit of context maybe then? 13 kiton ties out of the blue makes people curious ^^


lol.

 

the best brags give folks blueballs.

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No comment as to where I reside.

no sweat. where did you buy all the kiton ties though? nod[1].gif
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Only made one stop the other day in Cincinnatti while visiting relatives because I wanted to be with them most of the time, just posting the few finds now. 

 

I usually know well enough to avoid Lauren Ralph Lauren, but I know that this women's piece can fetch around $50-70 on eBay, so I'll throw down the $6 for it now. Size 12

 

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Gieves & Hawkes Gray with Blue Windowpane Suit 44L, 38x32

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Finally, found a sick Loro Piana 100% Cashmere Blazer with some really sweet buttons; 36R

 

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


no sweat. where did you buy all the kiton ties though? nod[1].gif

After some e-sleuthing, I have 2 guesses.

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Harris Tweed

Aquascutum

 

Cliff Engle

1940's Unknown Maker


1950s Smoking Jacket


1940s Flecked Tweed


This is my highlight as of late. 1930s Overcoat, I'm 99% certain this is deadstock. Did some research on the store, apparently "The Hub" changed its name in 1951. This is by far the heaviest coat I've ever felt.

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Is this a known maker?

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Just as I thought my day was over...pop.

Mint and I mean mint...

 

 

And the gorgeous scarf ...that blue man.

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Originally Posted by glam922 View Post

a little bit of context maybe then? 13 kiton ties out of the blue makes people curious ^^

I've posted before. Do a search. I lurk more than post though. Anyone ever hit a huge church rummage sale in a wealthy neighborhood?
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Is this a legit Burberry tag? Never seen the color scheme before
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NWOT Gustin selvedge. Paid up a bit but they're my size and unworn/crispy. Any way to tell one redline Gustin from the next? They don't feel particularly hefty so I don't think they're anything too crazy.





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