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post #19816 of 60210
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Originally Posted by Letric View Post
 

 

I really need to cop one of these in my size for Halloween next year. Already got the White jeans.

 

 

 

White jeans? The blues are the more classic representation of the look. Hopefully you're already working on the 'stache.

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Thriftmas and thriftfits!
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first, sending to Sweden gotta suck! Stylewise im rather casual, I rarely wear a suit, maybe due to the fact that I dont own one!(hint)
I like updated workwear, "heritage" clothing etc. I hate slim fit. My measurements are in my profile.

Im visiting my gfs parents in a small coastal town.

Went out to thrift, found vintage SNS Herning woop!
Thriftfit:
Bomber jacket: Our Legacy thrifted
Shirt: Our legacy thrifted
Jeans: Edwin selvage thriftfunded
Boots: vintage suede brouge ankleboots thrifted


Took a walk in the woods

ballcap in waxed cotton thrifted
Jacked: waxed jacket from Denim Demon
Same shirt and jeans as above
Le Chameau wellington boots thrifted

Dog, pug named Bo/Bosse, got him for free when I found my gf!
post #19818 of 60210

Left the house yesterday....

 

Found shell

 

 

 

 

 

Then found some more....

 

 

post #19819 of 60210
12D? @capnwes?
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12E and 11B

post #19821 of 60210
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Originally Posted by Letric View Post

I'm guessing he dropped his phone in the shitter. I never remove my phone from my pocket anywhere near open water or large amounts of liquids for that reason.

Oh, it was in my pocket. Until I pulled up my trousers and

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post #19822 of 60210
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Originally Posted by suited View Post

@Cj52racersDon't buy car rental insurance broski.

Can't agree with this. I was hit in a rental car by someone 1.5 years ago, and it was a huge hassle going through insurance. If I had gotten liability coverage, I would've just dropped off the keys and been on my way. Much less stress for a few bucks more.
post #19823 of 60210
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Originally Posted by PLaydice View Post

I heard people In Vienna are assholes from folks a few times.

Certainly can be. It's a major city, so you tend to get that cold feeling sometimes. That said, I love the city and you'll find all types within. Lots to see and do, so if anyone ever has the opportunity, take it!

Working on a few photos, so I thought I'd throw this on here. It's been on the radio most of the year, but I do like the song. Thought you guys might enjoy hearing German that isn't folk music. He's a German singer. Everyone in the audience is cooler than me, especially the blonde @1:25. I'll try to get a few finds posted tonight.

Edit: It's called Wolke 4, "Cloud 4." In German, "Wolke sieben" (cloud seven) is the equivalent of the English "cloud nine." He's singing about his preference to be on cloud 4 rather than cloud 7 as you won't fall as far as if you're on cloud 7. I don't know if what I just wrote made any sense.
post #19824 of 60210
For Thriftmas:

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Small to sw&d medium sized outerwear would be cool. 8.5 narrow shoes would be neat too but those are hard to find. Anything sw&d in my sizes listed on my profile would be super cool regardless. A handwritten story about me finding an entire rack of vicuna made by Loro Piana, Kiton, every Saville Row maker, and somehow, haggar, at a thrift is a requirement for my gift. No exceptions. Thanks in advance.
post #19825 of 60210
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Originally Posted by winny94 View Post

Can't agree with this. I was hit in a rental car by someone 1.5 years ago, and it was a huge hassle going through insurance. If I had gotten liability coverage, I would've just dropped off the keys and been on my way. Much less stress for a few bucks more.

Well, you already had insurance. That's my point. Most insurance covers rentals, and even some credit card companies if you book with their card. Your insurance company giving you a hard time sucks, but that's not reason to buy rental insurance when it's a redundant service in the first place.
post #19826 of 60210

Xmas exchange. As others have stated, for me personal touch is the most appreciated.

post #19827 of 60210
Thrift-mas Buddy:

Please don't stress at all about what to send. Whatever you might find interesting/cool/appealing/appalling... clothing related or not. Sizes in my profile, if it is clothing/accessories.

Thank you for participating in the exchange, and being willing to donate your time, effort, money, and cool stuff to a fun exchange. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #19828 of 60210
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@impuntura or any of the bike experts, how am I looking at 75 bucks on this?
post #19829 of 60210
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

@impuntura or any of the bike experts, how am I looking at 75 bucks on this?

 

I'm not at all a bike expert.

 

But there are some nice features on that bike. The seat alone (even in its worn/cracked state) could get you more than half the money back. I know the vintage/refurbed bike market is pretty big in Louisville, I'm sure it is similarly popular in some parts of NYC.

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I would kop 

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