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post #20521 of 51045
Mad thanks to my thriftmaser (sp?).
Honestly, I couldn't have asked for better. Haven't tried shit on yet, but if it fits, it's all going directly to the closet.


Camo is Mark Mcnairy. Love it. Stepping my streetwear game up.

Thank you anonymous (I know who you are fistbump.gif )

Also, my gift heads out Monday to an undisclosed location....
post #20522 of 51045
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Cj52racers View Post

Mad thanks to my thriftmaser (sp?).
Honestly, I couldn't have asked for better. Haven't tried shit on yet, but if it fits, it's all going directly to the closet.
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Camo is Mark Mcnairy. Love it. Stepping my streetwear game up.

Thank you anonymous (I know who you are fistbump.gif )

Also, my gift heads out Monday to an undisclosed location....

Did you open your secret santa already? Are you celebrating Diwali?
post #20523 of 51045
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


Did you open your secret santa already? Are you celebrating Diwali?

Awwww, shit... When are we supposed to mail our gifts? Isn't it a bit early?

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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Did you open your secret santa already? Are you celebrating Diwali?
Awwww, shit... When are we supposed to mail our gifts? Isn't it a bit early?
Dec 1 is the cutoff if your secret santa is outside the us. Dec 7 is the cutoff within the us.
post #20525 of 51045
I don't think I've done this before, but here is me dressed in an op shop outfit for work today.

I was trawling through my room full of op shop finds last night, picked up this one and noticed that it now fits me. So I wore it today. It's a Cantarelli SC made of Loro Piana fabric, a blend of cashmere, linen and silk. The shirt is T&A and the pants are Balmain fine wale cords.



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post #20526 of 51045
Points for the Superb and timely Diwali reference!
post #20527 of 51045

My introduction into fine clothing has been through this forum lol so naturally I've massacred a lot of these in my days. The worst part is Air-May looks so easy :(

 

ermenegildo zegna

bespoke

saville

 

 

fuuuuuuuuuuuuu

 

I need to stick to Brooks brothers


Edited by Spruce Moose - 11/13/15 at 5:38am
post #20528 of 51045
A sort of e-thrift, from TweedyDon.
Straight out of the suitcase it arrived in, so maybe needs to be pressed.



Might need to be taken in slightly around the waist, but I'm wearing it with just a shirt here.
post #20529 of 51045

The downside of mailing your gift super early? Finding something you probably would have included. 

post #20530 of 51045
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post


We already know what this is gonna be

 

Syracuse grad right here ... just sayin.

post #20531 of 51045
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Originally Posted by ATLjon View Post

Syracuse grad right here ... just sayin.
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post #20532 of 51045
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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post

I thought it was "er-mez"

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Originally Posted by double00 View Post

more like air.

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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post

Ohhhhhhhhh yeah, you are right because of the "r" just like how you would pronounce comme des Garçons. I feel weird trying to pronounce how the French would. Like if i talk about Lanvin and pronounce it like "lon vangh" (errrrrrr, not sure about spelling...) people won't know what I'm talking about or i feel like a wannabe Frenchman. So, i just say "Lan ven" and call it a day.

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

I think the French way would be air-may. Er, meh...

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Originally Posted by Koala-T View Post

I think it's pronounced "air-mez" or "air-maize"


There's one pronunciation you've all missed :

air-mess

... which is the one french people use

for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQzG6NXGffo (at 24s)
or: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erSHY83Z4Ec
post #20533 of 51045
Any suggestions on non horribly expensive heavy selvedge? Need some jeans and it's getting cold here
post #20534 of 51045
Just thrifted a yakima rack with everything but the fairing. Anyone need ski/snowboard holders?
post #20535 of 51045
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Just thrifted a yakima rack with everything but the fairing. Anyone need ski/snowboard holders?

 

What do the feet look like?

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