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post #19636 of 51253
Some of my finds the last couple of weeks. It has been pretty good as of late.
Kitten Orphan. Been tearing this store apart looking for the pants for the last couple of weeks.


Thrifted in the wake of ChetB

XXX Dildo Napoli Couture


Our Legacy Tiny Patch SC


Tons of other fodder to be offered up to the bay but too lazy to post.

Now that Halloween is over I am loving that they are starting to restock the shelves.
post #19637 of 51253
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Originally Posted by vexco View Post
 

 

Same. Haven't heard from him in almost a month now.

 

I just realized you and @My Main Man both asked the same thing I did. Sorry for my post earlier, I did not see yours.  

 

Any update on @hbkshin ? 

post #19638 of 51253
I made a ton of stops today and most just found some okay stuff



Hertling grey linen FF for me


Red wing boots for me





Well, this isn't boring. Pop!



post #19639 of 51253
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Originally Posted by HansderHund View Post

I was in Vienna today, so not nearly as many employees know me as in my own stomping ground. I carry a rucksack to each store when I visit and I normally say hello to whoever is working, even if it's busy, and then ask to set my bag by the counter while I look around as the aisles are cramped. Most have no problem accommodating this. I walked into a store today, said "Grüß Gott! Do you mind if I set my bag here?" She was pretty annoyed with it and said "It will be in my way, find a better place to set it." I found a better place and left it.

As I was checking out, they had a bunch of leather gloves in a basket on the counter. I picked one pair out and they were nearly too small, so they were perfect. As I was trying them on, she said "they're €5. They're great for driving."

Without skipping a beat, I said "...or killing a man" and waited a few second before I made eye contact with a sociopathic smirk. She went through a range of emotions while she tried to sort it out in her head. I got them for €3.

Haha thats fucking great,I bet she will clean up her act after that a bit.
post #19640 of 51253
I heard people In Vienna are assholes from folks a few times.
post #19641 of 51253
I need to thrift west LA more icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif All available. Please ignore the crappy pictures, I need to start taking pics earlier because daylight savings time is affecting my natural lighting

Armani Collezioni 10% Cashmere topcoat, 42R
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Crazy recent Armani Collezioni blazer, 38R. Fits me perfectly but I don't think I can justify owning another sport jacket :/
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Tom Ford era Gucci Wool/Silk blazer. I want to say its a 42 but the tag is missing :/ Measurements available if anyone is interested. Only took a few blurry photos because it needs to get to the cleaners.
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Excellent condition Patagonia 100% Cashmere sweater, M.
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Dries Van Noten sweater with one RIRI side zip, Medium. $890 retail icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif


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Edited by aging in rhythm - 11/5/15 at 5:27pm
post #19642 of 51253
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Originally Posted by aging in rhythm View Post

I need to thrift west LA more icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif All available. Please ignore the crappy pictures, I need to start taking pics earlier because daylight savings time is affecting my natural lighting Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Armani Collezioni 10% Cashmere topcoat, 42R
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Crazy recent Armani Collezioni blazer, 38R. Fits me perfectly but I don't think I can justify owning another sport jacket :/
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)









Tom Ford era Gucci Wool/Silk blazer. I want to say its a 42 but the tag is missing :/ Measurements available if anyone is interested. Only took a few blurry photos because it needs to get to the cleaners.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Excellent condition Patagonia 100% Cashmere sweater, M.
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Dries Van Noten sweater with one RIRI side zip, Medium
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Dat Dries doe. 

post #19643 of 51253
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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post
 

 

I just realized you and @My Main Man both asked the same thing I did. Sorry for my post earlier, I did not see yours.  

 

Any update on @hbkshin ? 

 

I dunno, I noticed what I bought was still listed on eBay so I send him a message. He replied on the 30th and said he'd completely forgotten, that he'd send it out right away. Still haven't gotten it though, and it's still listed on eBay.

post #19644 of 51253

I think it's time to start posting more regularly. My photos will probably be playdice esque in quality (yours are still better).

 

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rag and bone

 

 

Will and geiger alpaca

 

 

brioni

 

 

LB sartorial

 

 

Zegna suit

 

 

Polo fun

 

arcteryx vest

 bills

 

canali milano

 

 

gian luca

 

 

canali brown label linen

 

RLPL linen

 

 

 

RLPL flannel

 

 

canali brown label navy orphan

 

 

 

 

Thinking real, but could be wrong.

 

 

 

Nhiz

 

 

PRL silk blend

 

 

Thick as thieves sport coat. Looks cooler in person

 

 

Nordstrom loro piana cashmere (don't know why these don't get more love)

 

 

Beater barbour

 

post #19645 of 51253
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Originally Posted by rhz5001 View Post
 

I think it's time to start posting more regularly. My photos will probably be playdice esque in quality (yours are still better).

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

rag and bone

 

 

Will and geiger alpaca

 

 

brioni

 

 

LB sartorial

 

 

Zegna suit

 

 

Polo fun

 

arcteryx vest

 bills

 

canali milano

 

 

gian luca

 

 

canali brown label linen

 

RLPL linen

 

 

 

RLPL flannel

 

 

canali brown label navy orphan

 

 

 

 

Thinking real, but could be wrong.

 

 

 

Nhiz

 

 

PRL silk blend

 

 

Thick as thieves sport coat. Looks cooler in person

 

 

Nordstrom loro piana cashmere (don't know why these don't get more love)

 

 

Beater barbour

 

 

Welcome back from Europe, sir! That Nhiz jacket.

post #19646 of 51253
^ great stuff!
post #19647 of 51253
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Originally Posted by vexco View Post
 

 

Welcome back from Europe, sir! That Nhiz jacket.

Thanks man! I'm still wondering if it's real or fake. Not used to that type of swag.

post #19648 of 51253
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Originally Posted by rhz5001 View Post
 

Thanks man! I'm still wondering if it's real or fake. Not used to that type of swag.

 

Looks correct to me. Too bad it's not my size!

post #19649 of 51253
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Shanejosephxxx View Post

Watching some videos of people bum rushing stores for the Balmain/h&m release. People are insane. Already going for 3x the retail price on the bay.

I would do bad, bad things for the leather moto with the gold embroidery. Bad.
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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post

Anyone else 'advanced searching' their gift exchange person looking for clues as to what they want? This is awesome. 

Good luck whoever got me.
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Originally Posted by AlexJ1100 View Post

@SpooPoker
 Is this the Versace I am looking for? Need to research these to help keep them all straight.

In terms of real, yes. In terms of money, not really.


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I just cleaned up on outerwear today. Like, yeah. Pics hopefully tomorrow.
post #19650 of 51253

To my secret santa, I have updated my signature. :smarmy:

 

Anyone kopped this?

 

http://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/style/articles/2015-09/10/h-and-m-balmain-collaboration-preview

 

Does that mean their stuff are made in China?

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