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NWT Incotex, made in Italy (NA).

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RRL Slim, rigid as fuck selvedge. NA.

 

 

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J. Hilburn, made in Portugal, solid khaki wool. 32x30.

 

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BB, made in Italy, Saxxon. Soft. M.

 

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Massimo Dutti Cashmere blend. Tagged XL but fits more like an M/S (lol euro sizing, rub it in more in our faces why don'tcha?).

 

 

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17.5 44. 

 

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4 zegnas, one donor. (39/15.5 or 39.5/15.75, checked shirt is pure linen (M), and I'm gutted it doesn't fit me).

 

 

 

Euro skeet (44, 44, 46)

 

 

 

One donor. All 17/43 (Prada is hard to see but it's light pink striped).

 

 

 


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J. Hilburn, made in Portugal, solid khaki wool dress pants. 35ish I think.

 

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Bros, anyone recognize the maker?




Is it Crockett & Jones?
Edited by barrelntrigger - 11/4/15 at 2:52pm
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Bros, anyone recognize the maker?


Looks like C&J.

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Believe it or not, the Cole Haan Bragano series has somewhat of a following. I usually get between $30-50 for them. I never buy them at consignment stores. But, they bring good margin if you can get them at true thrift pricing.

 

Bragano Flip talk 

 

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Me too.  The woven varieties are even better.  I sold pair that was New old stock for $300.   The kiltie on the one asked about hurts it a little in my opinion.  But, I have definitely sold Bragano for more than some Allen Edmonds.  
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So C&J makes for Hilfiger now. Cool.

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So C&J makes for Hilfiger now. Cool.


I don't know that. They just look very similar.

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So C&J makes for Hilfiger now. Cool.

Not sure about this one but I've seen C&J for Hilfiger before. Their 'Connaught' model, to be specific. The lettering on that looked different from this one, though.

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Are bamboo blazers a thing? Saw something in a creamish or white color that was labeled 45%? (I think) bamboo and 55% wool or cotton. Didn't really glance over it for too long, but I might go back another day and see if it's still there. 

 

Its funny when I read this the other day I was wearing a Bamboo SC.  I didn't even know what it was.  It is a Jack Victor that is 100% Bamboo viscose and VERY soft and nice.  I have no idea is they are worth anything.  But, it sure feels nice.  And based on the one I have, I would probably buy another.  

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Looks like they may be C&J after all.

 

http://www.bensilver.com/The-Westminster-in-Tobacco-Suede,11391.html

 

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Keep promising myself I'll do a massive picdump, but I'm always busy these days... Older, but good! 

Mega-badass Willis & Geiger parka, size L.  

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Easily my favorite non-tramezza ferragamos I've ever found... natural color wholecuts. I didn't even know they made these! Already starting to get a super-badass patina on the toes. 9.5D

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Been had PRL / Cantarelli 3/2, size 42. Super light structure, very nice!

 

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Oldass Gucci! Silk/linen blend with patch pockets, size 38. Couple stains but NBD

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Honestly, if I were to take a thriftcation, any city in the midwest besides Chicago (only big city in these parts with people who know how to spend money) wouldn't really be worthwhile.

 

What about St. Louis?  Its a huge city and there are a couple of areas/ suburbs that are some richest in the Country (Town and Country, Ladue and Frontenac are in the top 25 wealthiest suburbs in the Country). The metro area has a population of 2.8 Million.   Anyone from St. Louis on here?  If St. Louis is unrepresented here, then I really need to make a trip to St. Louis ASAP! 

 

I posted earlier about a possible trip to Raleigh.   No one on here is from Raleigh, North Carolina? 

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So C&J makes for Hilfiger now. Cool.

Found another pair lol


Wore maybe once. Na
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What about St. Louis?  Its a huge city and there are a couple of areas/ suburbs that are some richest in the Country (Town and Country, Ladue and Frontenac are in the top 25 wealthiest suburbs in the Country). The metro area has a population of 2.8 Million.   Anyone from St. Louis on here?  If St. Louis is unrepresented here, then I really need to make a trip to St. Louis ASAP! 

 

I posted earlier about a possible trip to Raleigh.   No one on here is from Raleigh, North Carolina? 


here's an idea: bring a trailer/u-haul. They manufacture a lot of furniture in/around Raleigh and i'm sure there are some pretty crazy warehouse deals available. $.02

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$2 bucks...canadian.


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I can see why,i love the way it sits on wrist due to the back contour.its really growing on me

Found myself in the exact same boat when I thrifted mine a couple months back. Loved it more than I thought I would and now it's in my rotation. Thrift fit from today:

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